12 – 1.30pm | Saturday 21 January
Headley Lecture Theatre, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Speakers and Performers
Andrew Bowie, Professor of Philosophy, Royal Holloway, University of London
Mark Doffman, Jazz Drummer and Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Faculty of Music, Oxford University
James Tartaglia, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Keele University and member of Continuum of Selves

Also Performing
Mark Hodgson, Professional Jazz Bass Player
Sonja Morgenstern, Freelance Actress and member of Continuum of Selves

Roxana Baiasu, Associate Member of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford and Tutorial Fellow, Stanford University Centre in Oxford

This event brings together James Tartaglia and Andrew Bowie, both professional philosophers and jazz saxophonists. They will be joined by jazz drummer Mark Doffman, whose interests also lie in the intersection between philosophy and music, to discuss the role that musical performance can play in conveying philosophical ideas. Sonja Morgenstern, a member of the pioneering jazz-philosophy fusion band, Continuum of Selves, and leading jazz musician Mark Hodgson, will join proceedings for some live performances of the kind of music and philosophy under discussion.