Feminist Epistemology and Philosophical Traditions: Registration Open

Society for Women in Philosophy (UK) Conference


Hosted by the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), Kingston University
With support from the Institute of Philosophy (SAS)

18–19 November 2011
London, Kingston University

ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN: http://fass.kingston.ac.uk/activities/item.php?updatenum=1766

Alessandra Tanesini (University of Cardiff)
‘From Margin to Centre: Feminist Epistemology as Socially Responsible Epistemology’
Respondent: Kathleen Lennon (University of Hull)

Gillian Howie (University of Liverpool)
‘Is There a “Continental “Feminist Epistemology?”’
Respondent: Alison Stone (University of Lancaster)

Kirsten Campbell (Goldsmiths, University of London)
‘Feminist Epistemology and Psychoanalytic Theory’
Respondent: Stella Sandford (Kingston University)

Miranda Fricker (Birkbeck College, University of London)
‘Feminist Epistemology as Social Epistemology’
Respondent: Stella Gonzalez Arnal (University of Hull)

Tracy Bowell, University of Waikato, Aotearoa/New Zealand
‘The Virtues of Feminist Standpoint Epistemology’

Aaron Creller, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa
‘Developing Multiple Epistemologies: Making Space for a Capacious
Approach to Knowledge’

Annaleigh Curtis, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
‘Just Interpretation: Feminist Standpoint Theory and Experimental Philosophy’

Barrett Emerick, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, USA
‘A Defense of Doxastic and Affective Voluntarism’

Dieuwertje Dyi Huijg, University of Manchester
‘Epistemic Confusion at the Feminist Activist Locus of Intersectional
Dis/advantage: Some Questions for Standpoint Theory’

Roxanna Lynch, Swansea University, Wales
‘Assessing the Epistemological Assumptions behind the Ethics of Care’

Sarah Mattice, University of North Florida, USA
‘Intersections and Interventions: Chinese and Feminist Epistemologies’

Mariana Szapuová, Comenius Univesity, Bratislava, Slovakia
‘Feminist Epistemology and the Social Turn: Perspectives on the Knowing Subject’

Iris van der Tuin, Utrecht University, Netherlands
‘Diffraction as a Methodology for Feminist Epistemology’

Sorana Vieru, University of Bristol, UK
‘Epistemic Privilege and the Philosophy of Science: Against Feminist
Standpoint Theory in the Natural Sciences’

Full schedule, including parallel sessions, is here.

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