Ronald Sundstrom
Ronald Sundstrom

RICH-all seminar: Ronald Sundstrom

Thursday 12 September 2024, 4 pm - 6 pm

This fall, Professor Ronald R. Sundstrom will join us as a RICH fellow. Professor Sundstrom is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of San Francisco and a leading scholar in political philosophy, urban policy, and philosophy of race (and the related areas of racism, xenophobia, and mixed-race identity). During his fellowship at Radboud, he will work on a book-length study on a key thinker in African American political theory: Frederick Douglass. The project, entitled “The Global Dimensions of Frederick Douglass’s Abolitionism and Political Philosophy,” investigates the life and writings of abolitionist thinker Frederick Douglass, and offers a philosophical and cultural analysis of the connections between the Anglo-American abolition movement, formerly enslaved Black Americans who were leading figures in abolitionism, and their influence on Continental European abolition movements. More information on Prof. Sundstrom.

When
Thursday 12 September 2024, 4 pm - 6 pm
Speaker
Ronald Sundstrom
Location
EOS 1.110