24th Annual Bertram Morris Colloquium
About Bertram Morris
Bertram Morris is remembered as much for his committed involvement in the social issues of his community as for his scholarly work. In 1953, he bagan an outreach program at Manual High School in Denver that still continues. In 1975, he was given a special award by the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado for his efforts on behalf of academic freedom and his work to improve conditions at the Boulder County Jail.
As an expression of admiration and gratitude, the Philosophy Department established this colloquium when Bertram Morris retired in 1977.
Morris Colloquium 2000 is co-sponsored by:
the Morris Fund, the Department of
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