EDINBURGH WOMEN IN PHILOSOPHY GROUP WORKSHOP

21 JANUARY 2011

The Edinburgh Women in Philosophy Group would like to invite
interested parties of all genders to a workshop organised to explore
some of the philosophical issues surrounding the under-representation
of women in professional philosophy.  The date is Friday 21st January
2011, in the Conference Room, David Hume Tower, George Square,
Edinburgh.

 

We have the following provisional program:

12.30pm: Welcome coffee

1pm – 2pm: ‘Particularity, Epistemic Responsibility, and the
Ecological Imaginary’
Lorraine Code, University of York

2pm – 3pm:‘False Consciousness and the Modern Woman’
Elinor Mason, Edinburgh University

3pm – 3.30pm: Coffee break

3.30pm – 4.30pm: ‘Unconscious Influences and Women in Philosophy’
Jennifer Saul, Sheffield University

4.30pm – 5.30pm: ‘Should sexual harassment law be used to address the
operation of implicit bias in the workplace?’
Jules Holroyd, Cardiff University

5.30pm – 6.30pm: Coffee and further discussion

Deadline for registration for the workshop and for dinner is 10th January 2011.

Workshop website is here.

One thought on “EDINBURGH WOMEN IN PHILOSOPHY GROUP WORKSHOP

  1. This conference announcement has circulated for a couple of months; so, I’m surprised that it hasn’t been pointed out (nor corrected) that Lorraine Code is at York University (Canada), not University of York (UK).

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