Gillian Russell

Philosophy Professor at UNC Chapel Hill

Talks

TBA APA Eastern session on History and Philosophy of Logic (NYC) 7-10 January, 2019
Mentor-at-large Athena in Action, the third Networking and Mentoring Workshop for Graduate Student Women in Philosophy, Princeton University 26-29th June, 2018
TBA Feminist Philosophy and Formal Logic Workshop, University of Minnesota Twin Cities and the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science 19-20th April, 2018
TBA Colloquium, Virginia Tech 2nd March, 2018
“Speech Acts and Speaking Up” New York Philosophy of Language Workshop Mon 29th January, 2018
“Speech Acts and Speaking Up” NC State University 25th January, 2018
TBA Philosophy Institute in Vienna, Austria 18th January, 2018
TBA The Amsterdam Colloquium, ILLC 20th-22nd December, 2017
TBA Colloquium at MIT 1st December, 2017
“Speech Acts and Speaking Up” Women and Minorities Working Group in Philosophy at Duke University 10th November, 2017
“Deviance and Vice” Colloquium talk, Iowa State 21st September, 2017
“Deviance and Vice” AAP, Adelaide, Australia 2nd-6th July, 2017
“Could there be no logic?” Australia National University (Philsoc) 27th June, 2017
“Deviance and Vice” Australia National University (Thursday Departmental Seminar) 8th June, 2017
“Speech Acts and Speaking Up” Russell Conference, Healdsburg, CA 19th-21st May, 2017
“Deviance and Vice: strength as an theoretical virtue in the epistemology of logic” Rutgers Epistemology Conference 6-7th May 2017
“Speech Acts and Speaking Up” UNC Chapel Hill, Department Talk 20th March, 2017
“Could there be no logic?” Gail C. Stine Memorial Lecture at Wayne State University 10th February, 2017
“Could there be no logic?” Colloquium at UT Austin 27th January, 2017
“Logical Vice” Logic as Science Conference in Bergen, Norway 18-19th November 2016
“Could there be no logic?” 2016 Kline Workshop at UM-Columbia 4th November 2016
“Could there be no logic?” Colloquium at Minnesota State University, Mankato 6th October, 2016
Guest Speaker Summer Program for Diversity in Logic at UMass Dartmouth (run concurrently with the ASL at UConn, where I co-organised the History and Philosophy of Logic session with Richard Zach.) 22-28th May 2016
“Logical Vice” Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium May 19-20th 2016
“Analyticity, Explanation, and the Justification of Basic Logical Laws” Warsaw, Poland May 13-14th May, 2016
“Generality and Logical Consequence” Society for Exact Philosophy, University of Miami 6-8th May, 2016
“Linguistic Necessity” 2016 Henle Conference on the Nature of Necessity at St Louis University April 22nd-23rd 2016
“Could there be no logic?” Colloquium Talk at Columbia University, NYC April 7th 2016
“Logical Pluralism and Abductive Methodology” Logical Pluralism Conference at the University of Calgary 4-6th March 2016
“Logical Vice” Colloquium Talk at McMaster University, Canada February 26th, 2016
“Logical Vice” Colloquium talk at Indiana University, Bloomington. January 22nd 2016
“Kleeneness is Next to Goedelness” Epistemic Incoherence Workshop at St Andrews, Scotland. December 6-7th, 2015
“Could there be no logic?” 9th International Conference of the German Society for
Analytic Philosophy
, Osnabrueck, Germany
14-17th September 2015
“Could there be no logic?” Logicality Workshop at UNAM, Mexico City 6-9th September 2015
“Could there be no logic?” 15th Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Helsinki 3rd-8th August 2015
“Could there be no logic?” OSU/Maribor/Rijeka Philosophy Conference, Dubrovnik June 15-19th, 2015
“Could there be no logic?” Keynote address at the Society for Exact Philosophy, Mcmaster University, Canada 23rd May, 2015
“Could there be no logic?” 4th California Metaphysics Conference at USC January 24-25th, 2015
“Analyticity and the Epistemology of Logic” Workshop on Analyticity, LANCOG, Portugal 25th-26th September, 2014
“Barriers to Entailment” Skyping in to the Melbourne Logic Group Meeting 15th August, 2014
Author meets Critics session for Ichikawa and Jarvis’ Rules of Thought Pacific APA, San Diego 16th-20th April, 2014
“Could there be no logic?” DEX 2 at UC Davis April 14-15th, 2014
“Hume’s Law and other Barriers to Entailment” Combined Kripke Center/SWIP-Analytic talk at CUNY March 3rd, 2014
“Hume’s Law and other Barriers to Entailment” The Jowett Society at Oxford University 14th February, 2014
“Hume’s Law and other Barriers to Entailment” University of Hull, UK 11th February, 2014
“Hume’s Law and other Barriers to Entailment” UNC Chapel Hill Colloquium 1st-3rd November, 2013
“Relativism without the fancy intenstions” Grand Valley State University, MI 20th September, 2013
“The Epistemology of Logic” Calvin College, MI 19th September, 2013
“Barriers to Entailment” Midwest Annual Workshop in Metaphysics, Notre Dame 14-15th September, 2013
“Metaphysical Analyticity and the Epistemology of Logic” University of Genova, Italy 13 June, 2013
“Metaphysical Analyticity and the Epistemology of Logic” Workshop on Necessity, Analyticity and the A priori, Oslo 10-11th June, 2013
“Metaphysical Analyticity and the Epistemology of Logic” Epistemology Research Group, University of Edinburgh 6th June, 2013
Various Visiting at the University of St Andrews, Scotland 1st-30th June, 2013
“Metaphysical Analyticity and the Epistemology of Logic” Kripke Conference, University of Nebraska at Omaha 20th-22nd May, 2013
“Metaphysical Analyticity and the Epistemology of Logic” Logos, University of Barcelona 3rd April, 2013
“The Epistemology of Logic” Pacific APA, San Francisco 27th March, 2013
“The Epistemology of Logic” St Louis University 25th January, 2013
“Metaphysical Analyticity and the Epistemology of Logic” Carolina Metaphysics Workshop 2012 June, 2012
“Metaphysical Analyticity and the Epistemology of Logic” NYU Mind and Language Seminar 10th April, 2012
Comments on Caleb Perl’s “An Argument for Temporalism about Propositions” Pacific APA, Seattle 4th April, 2012
“Indexicals and Barriers to Implication” and “Epistemology of Logic, Made Easy” University of Miami 22nd-23rd March, 2012
“Epistemology of Logic, Made Easy” Keynote talk at Gateway Graduate Conference at UMSL 9th-11th March, 2012
Author Meets Critics Session on Truth in Virtue of Meaning Central APA, Chicago February, 2012
“Relativism without the Fancy Intensions” University of Cincinnati 3rd February, 2012
“Indexicals and Barriers to Implication” Workshop on Logical Constants, Semantic Invariance and Natural Language, Manipaul, India 10-11th January, 2012
“Epistemology of Logic Made Easy” UBC A Priori Workshop, Vancouver 18-20th November, 2011
“Logic and Meaning” “Inferentialism and the Epistemology of Logic ” Workshop, Northern Institute in Philosophy, Aberdeen 5th-6th November, 2011
“Can there be true contradictions?” (public lecture) and “Relativism without the Fancy Intensions” (philosophy department colloquium.) Northwestern University 20th-21st October, 2011
“Relativism without the Fancy Intensions” Midwestern Epistemology Workshop 7-8th October, 2011
“Indexical Barriers and the Metaphysics of Propositions” SPAWN, Syracuse 7-11th August, 2011
TBA Summer School at the University of Latvia, Riga 18-28th July, 2011
“Indexical Barriers and the Metaphysics of Propositions” Pacific APA, San Diego 20th-23rd April 2010
“Lessons from the Logic of Demonstratives” Washington University in St Louis (home gig!) 7th April, 2011
“One True Logic?” “Logic or Logics” Workshop and mini-course, University of St Andrews 27th September-1st October, 2010
“Indexicals, Context-Sensitivity and Implication Barriers” Third Workshop on Language, Thought and Cognition, Valparaiso, Chile 4th-7th August, 2010
“Indexicals, Context-Sensitivity and Implication Barriers” INPC 13 30th April – 2nd May, 2010
“Indexicals, Context-Sensitivity and Implication Barriers” Northern Illinois University 9th April, 2010
“Indexicals, Context-Sensitivity and Implication Barriers” Syracuse University 26th March, 2010
“Indexicals, Context-Sensitivity and Implication Barriers” University of Missouri at Columbia 29th January, 2010
TBA University of Manitoba, Canada 15th January, 2010
“The Analytic/Synthetic Distinction” Tilburg Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science, The Netherlands 10th November, 2009
“Could ‘knows that’ be inconsistent?” Brussels Free University, Belgium 27th October, 2009
“Barriers to Implication” Tilburg Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science, The Netherlands 22nd September, 2009
“Indexicals, Context-Sensitivity and Implication” ILLC, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands 18th September, 2009
“Could ‘knows that’ be inconsistent?” University of Southern California 28th August, 2009
“Analytic Truth and Necessary Truth” University of Chicago Semantics and Philosophy of Language Workshop 22nd May, 2009
Commentary on Itamar Francez’ “Existentials and Possessives: Two Cases of 2nd Order Predication in Natural Language” University of Western Ontario, Non-Canonical Predication Workshop 15-17th May, 2009
“Indexicals, Context-Sensitivity and Implication” Talk to the Working Group in HPLMS at Berkeley 6th May, 2009
“Indexicals, Context-Sensitivity and Implication” Stanford University 17th April, 2009
Comments on J. Roland’s “Concept Grounding and Knowledge of Set Theory” Pacific APA, Vancouver 2009 10th April, 2009
“Analytic Truth and Necessary Truth” AAP, Melbourne 2008 8th July, 2008
Comments on Joe Salerno and Brit Brogaard ‘s paper “Counterpossibles, Impossible Worlds and Essence” Arizona Ontology Conference, White Stallion Ranch, Tucson, Arizona 10th-12th January, 2008
“The Analytic/Synthetic Distinction” University of Connecticut, Storrs 14th September, 2007
“One True Logic?” 2nd Online Philosophy Conference May, 2007
“Practicing Evil” Society for Philosophy and Martial Arts, Pacific APA, San Francisco April, 2007
“One True Logic?” Mathematical Methods in Philosophy, Banff International Research Station February, 2007
Comments on Tim Williamson’s “Conceptual Truth” Eastern APA 2006, Washington DC December, 2006
“Truth in Virtue of Meaning” The Jowett Society, Oxford University 13th October, 2006
“Knowledge by Indifference” AAP, Canberra 6th July, 2006
Comments on Johan van Benthem’s “Belief Revision in a Dynamic Epistemic Framework” Formal Epistemology Workshop, Berkeley 25th May 2006
Comments on Brian Weatherson’s “Conditionals and Relativism” The 2006 Online Philosophy Conference 21st May 2006
Panel Session on Blogging Pacific APA 2006, Portland March, 2006
“Truth in Virtue of Meaning” University of British Columbia 24th February, 2006
“Barriers to Implication” University of Alberta 20th October 27th October, 2005
“Truth in Virtue of Meaning” University of Calgary 14th October, 2005
“Truth in Virtue of Meaning” Australian National University 14th July 2005
“Perry’s Law” NotYASS, Australia National University 13th July, 2005
“Perry’s Law” AAP, University of Sydney 3rd July, 2005
“Barriers to Inference” Formal Epistemology Workshop, Austin 27th May 2005
“Truth in Virtue of Meaning” University of Alberta 17th March 21st April 2005
“Truth in Virtue of Meaning” Syracuse Summer Workshop on the A Priori, NY August 2004
“Pejoratives” Inference and Meaning Workshop, Melbourne University July 2004
“Quine on Definition” AAP,
South Molle Island, Australia
July 2004
“Hume’s Law” University of California at Santa Cruz March 2004
“Hume’s Law” University of Massachusetts at Amherst February 2004
“Hume’s Law” Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA February 2004
“Hume’s Law” Washington University in St Louis February 2004
“True Contradictions” Davidson College, North Carolina January 2004
“Hume’s Law” University of Manitoba, Winnipeg January 2004
“In Defence of Hume’s Law” University of Waterloo, Ontario January 2004
“Analytic Justification” Monash University Staff Colloquium, Melbourne July 2003
“Truth In Virtue of Meaning” AAP, Adelaide July 2003
Reply to Love’s “Knowing How, Knowing that” Princeton-Rutgers Grad Student Conference March 2003
“In Defence of Hume’s Law” Hume Conference,
University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ
January 2003
“Blue Gold, Robot Cats” Melbourne University August 2002
“In Defence of Hume’s Law” AAP, Christchurch, New Zealand July 2002
“Truth and Inconsistency” AAP, Hobart, Australia July 2001