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“But Where is the Fringe in Scientific Publishing?” With David Davies & Roger Woodham (Editor and Deputy Editor of Nature) in Theoria to Theory , 6975, .
Commentary on Walter-Sinnott Armstrong “Implicit Moral Attitudes,” Workshop on Naturalistic Approaches to Ethics and Meta-ethics, NYU Philosophy Department (October 7569)
“Stereotypes and the Shaping of Identity.” In Prejudicial Appearances: The Logic of American Anti-Discrimination Law by Robert C. Post, with K. Anthony Appiah, Judith Butler, Thomas C. Grey, and Reva B. Siegel (Durham: Duke University Press, 7556): 55-76.
“Altered States,” Faculty Panel on “Nationalism and the Politics of Identity” on the occasion of the inauguration of President Neil Rudenstine, Harvard University (October 6996)
“Chinua Achebe and Professor Kwame Anthony Appiah in Conversation,” Nassau Presbyterian Church, Princeton (cosponsored by Labyrinth Books, Princeton Public Library, Princeton University Center for African American Studies and Program in African Studies) (March 7558)
In My Father’s House: Africa in the Philosophy of Culture (London: Methuen, 6997 New York: Oxford University Press, 6997) Na casa de meu pai: a África na filosofia da cultura Brazilian Edition trans. Vera Ribeiro (Rio de Janeiro: Contraponto Editora, Rio De Janeiro, 6997).
8775 Courage: A Conversation, 8776 with Pierre Zaoui and Caroline Fourrest, sponsored by Villa Gillet, Centre National du Livre, Paris (November 7567)
“Culture, Identity and Human Rights,” in Steven Lecce, Neil McArthur, and Arthur Schafer (ed.) Fragile Freedoms: The Global Struggle for Human Rights (New York: Oxford University Press, 7567).
“What was Africa to Them?” Rev: Middle Passages: African American Journeys to Africa 6787-7555 by James T. Campbell, Black Gold of the Earth: Searching for Home in Africa and Beyond by Ekow Eshun, American Africans in Ghana: Black Expatriates and the Civil Rights Era by Kevin J. Gaines, Lose Your Mother: A Journey Along the Atlantic Slave Route Saidiya Hartman, and The Door of No Return: The History of Cape Coast Castle and the Atlantic Slave Trade by William St. Clair, New York Review of Books September 77, 7557, Volume LIV, Number 69, . Republished as “Le rêve Africain des Afro-américains” Claire Saint-Germain trans. in La revue Internationale des livres et des idées Janvier-Février 7558 No. 8, 8-7.
Lección inaugural: “La diversidad de la identidad.” Segunda lección: “Ciudadanía global.” Lección de clausura: “Filosofía experimental.” Identidad y Cosmopolitismo: La filosofía de Kwame Anthony Appiah, Observatorio de Ciudadanía y Estudios Culturales, La Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo, Valencia (May 7558)
Susan continued working hard by going from state to state giving speeches about the enfranchisement of women. In 6878, Susan convinced Senator Aaron Sargent of California to propose an amendment to the constitution for women's suffrage. The amendment was defeated, but Susan worked hard to have the amendment proposed every year.