[eDebate] Richmond Weinberg Tourney DATES

Kuswa, Kevin kkuswa
Fri Apr 6 11:26:50 CDT 2007

oops---Oct. 13, 14, 15.


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Sent: Friday, April 06, 2007 12:15 PM
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Subject: [eDebate] Richmond Weinberg Tourney DATES

The Richmond 8-round Weinberg Debate Tournament will be Sat. Oct 13  -
Mon. Oct. 15 , 2007.  Novice, JV, and Open.
Invitation will be out this summer.  We hope you will join us.
Also, if you are in Richmond this weekend, you might want to check this



            Workshop at the University of Richmond, April 6 and 7




1:45pm Gottwald Science Center     D100

Greetings and workshop organization: Gary Shapiro


2pm                 Gottwald Science Center D100

Debra Bergoffen (Philosophy, George Mason University)

Nietzsche and the Enemy



4pm                 North Court Reception Room

Welcome: Provost June Aprille (UR)

Teaching Nietzsche's On the Genealogy of Morality

Panel discussion: Thomas Bonfiglio (Comparative Literature and
Linguistics, UR)

Raymond Hilliard (English; Director, First Year Core Course, UR)

Reingard Nethersole (English, UR; Philosophy, University of Pretoria) 

Moderator: Ladelle McWhorter (Philosophy and Women's, Gender, and
Sexuality Studies, UR)



7:30pm Keller Hall Reception Room

Daniel Conway (Philosophy, National Humanities Center and Texas A&M

Modernity on the Fritz: Almost Everything is Permitted






9:15am                  Gottwald Science Center D100

Lawrence Hatab (Philosophy, Old Dominion University)

Breaking the Contract Theory:  The Individual and the Law in Nietzsche's



11am                      Gottwald Science Center D100

Babette Babich (Philosophy, Fordham University)

Reading Nietzsche and the Critique of the Political




1:45pm                   Gottwald Science Center D100

Christa Acampora (Philosophy, Hunter College-City University of New

The Passion of Political Theory: Contributions Toward a Self-Overcoming



3:30pm                   Gottwald Science Center D100

Tracy Strong (Political Science, University of California-San Diego)

Democracy and the Project of Cultural Revolution in Nietzsche


Dr. Kevin Douglas Kuswa
Director of Debate, Dept. of Rhetoric & Comm. Studies
400-A Weinstein Hall
University of Richmond, VA 23173                           Spide(R)bate
(804) 289-8269



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