Clifton Granby is professor of Ethics and Philosophy at Yale Divinity School and a scholar of African American religious, political, and philosophical thought. His research and teaching reflect an interdisciplinary approach to the study of race and religion, ethics, social epistemology, and theories of freedom, power, and ignorance. His recent and ongoing writing projects explore climate denial, the ethics of social criticism and racial injustice, and the politics of listening. This program is presented in conjunction with Landmarks.
Image: Daniel Beltrá,Oil Spill #4, 2010. Digital C-print. Collection of Madeleine P. & Harvey R. Plonsker, Class of 1961.