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The Denver Project for Humanistic Inquiry, or D-phi, aims to enrich Denver’s intellectual and cultural life through programs designed to reframe our perspectives, challenge our assumptions, and stimulate dialogue about human thought, history, science, art and culture. D-phi organizes roundtable discussions, art exhibits, film screenings, theatrical performances, and lectures centered on major themes, issues or questions of abiding human concern. We host both local and international experts, artists, and some of the ‘greatest minds of our time.’


Coming up!

De Anima (On the Soul) by Aristotle: 9780140444711 |  PenguinRandomHouse.com: Books

February 3rd, 10-11:30AM (online)

Aristotle’s On the Soul

Panel Discussion moderated by Prof. Caleb Cohoe.

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  • February 17thWho’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf: Performance and Panel Discussion at the Denver Center for Performing Arts (free tickets for faculty, staff and students). Panelists include Prof. Rebecca Gorman.
  • February 28th. 4:30-5:15 (online): What is Happiness?  A Panel Discussion with Denver Public Schools GT program (all students are welcome to join). Panelists include Profs. Elizabeth Goodnick, Brian Hutchinson and Adam Graves.
  • March (Date TBD): Young Adult Fiction: Reading and Discussion with Authors. Moderated by Jill Adams; Panelists include Samantha Cohoe and other authors.
  • April (Dates TBD): Politics, Alienation and the Uncanny: A Michael Haneke Film Retrospective. Moderated by Prof. Adam Graves; panelists include Prof. Jean-François Duclos

Films in this series:

Code Unknown (2000)

Caché (2005)

The White Ribbon (2009)

  • April (Date TBD): Fermi’s Paradox and Human Nature Panelists include Prof. Kamran Sahami
  • April (Date TBD): Faculty Salon: Topic TBD. Panelists include Prof. Craig Svonkin

More details on future events coming soon!