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HPF: Indigenous American Philosophy @ Puku Café and Sports Bar

Join the Hanoi Philosophy Forum for a series of lectures, small-group discussions, and artwork exploring Indigenous American Philosophy. Open to the public!

+ A series of lectures and small-group discussions led by Jon Dallas exploring Indigenous American languages, spirituality, myths, songs, land rights, water protection, assimilation, cultural appropriation and more.
+ Artwork by Lara Hardie Stewart and Lara Ross-Mcglynn
+ Dream Catcher exhibition by Truitt Urbanic
+ Haiku and/or Drawing Contest led by Truitt Urbanic

*Entry Fee*
Single admission tickets can be purchased at the door for 70k. Member cards are available allowing 5 entrances anytime for 210k . If the entry fee restricts your ability to attend, please contact Jon Dallas.

*Late Night at Puku*
Though the event formally concludes at 10pm, Puku Café and Sports Bar never closes. Members are encouraged to continue the conversation at Puku as late as you'd like.

Puku has limited parking. A space just opposite Puku charges 10k per bike. We're happy to validate your parking inside.


Some members have degrees in Philosophy. Others are exploring these concepts for the first time. Wherever you are on this spectrum, we want to hear from you!

The Hanoi Philosophy Forum is a weekly, discussion-based community exploration of academic and everyday philosophy. Each evening, a series of 15-20 minute presentations are delivered diving deep into individual topics. Between each presentation we break into small groups of 6-8 people for 15 minutes or so to discuss and debate.



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If you have any questions or suggestions, please ask here or contact Jon at jondallasjr@gmail.com


Wednesday, January 30

7:30pm - 10:00pm

Puku Café and Sports Bar | 16 Tong Duy Tan, Hanoi, Vietnam