The Politics of Identity, the Injuries of Class

2018 Lecturer K. Anthony Appiah

Headshot of K. Anthony AppiahDecember 6, 2018

Hailed as a "postmodern Socrates," novelist, philosopher, and scholar, K. Anthony Appiah delivered the 2018 Gay Lecture. One of the most powerful thinkers in the world, according to Forbes magazine, Appiah is known for his examination of the most compelling social issues of the day including morality, ethnicity, biologic race, religion, and identity. The Ethicist for The New York Times Magazine, Appiah addresses ethical questions weekly and is the author of numerous books including The Honor Code: How Moral Revolutions Happen, which received the Arthur Ross Book Award.