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Faculty of Humanities and Education

Department of History and Philosophy

Activities & Events

Upcoming Events

Philosophy Podcast - Katjilé - July 29 2021 / 7.00p.m. EST
08/06/2021
The name ‘Katjilé’ has its origins in Saint Lucia. It is a creole word used to describe critical thinking and dialogue. Katjilé is a new and exciting podcast spearheaded by the Department of History and Philosophy to discuss issues of philosophical relevance within the Caribbean context. Philosophy as a discipline seeks to understand fundamental truths, the world we live in, and how we should live our lives.

Episode 1 - "Should Government impose mandatory COVID vaccinations for citizens" recording: https://anchor.fm/katjile-podcast and https://open.spotify.com/show/6aA0jvIfK6Y4SwTqqgXowt.
 

Past Events

21/02/2021
Heritage Bus Tour to Holetown, Speightstown, Codrington...

21/02/2021

History and Philosophy Lectures held during...

21/02/2021

Tour Guide Training Workshop
 

02/02/2021
Seminar Dates: March 26, April 23, May 7
 

21/02/2020
"We Gatherin'" - Standpipe Stories and...

25/10/2019
Doctoral student Afi Martin presented a seminar entitled...