Throughout the year, the Romanell Center hosts speakers, lectures, conferences, debates, and other events. Our events are free and open to the public.
Saturday, November 18, 2017
Park Hall 141 (Seminar Room)
UB North Campus
12:30-1:30pm Governor’s Lecture: Steve Kershnar
“Desert and Organ Transplantation: Should Addicts, Criminals, or Welfare Recipients go the End of the Line?
1:45-2:45pm Derek Parfit Memorial Lecture: David Hershenov
(University at Buffalo)
“Are Psychological Accounts of Personal Identity Compatible with the Whole Brain Death Criterion?”
3:00-4:00pm Regents Lecture: Jake Monaghan (University at
“Informational Obligations and Consent”
4:15-5:15pm The Phil Reed Friends Lecture: James Delaney
“Causing/Removing Disability and Noninterference”
Join us for a series of lectures and workshops by colleagues and
other distinguished speakers. Generally, the lectures are held on
the third Tuesday of each month during the fall and spring
All Lectures: Tuesday, Noon, CTRC, Room 5019, UB Downtown Campus
November 7, 2017 at 7:00pm, in Science Center 105, SUNY Fredonia
Note: Committees meet the third Tuesday of each month.