CFP: Conference of the Society for Analytical Feminism
Special Conference Theme:
Take it to the Bridge:
Crossing between Analytic and Continental Feminist Philosophies
October 4-7, 2012
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Submission deadline: May 30, 2012
Take it to the bridge: 1. (In music) A phrase that connotes a change of key, a connecting but distinctive series of notes
The Society for Analytical Feminism invites long abstracts (1000-1500 words) on all topics in feminist philosophy. Analytical approaches to feminist topics are happily invited as usual.
In addition, special consideration will be given to abstracts that bridge feminist analytical and continental approaches, including the history of the analytic/continental “divide” in philosophy, mutually informing applications of analytic and continental philosophical methods to specific questions, analyses of the work of philosophers who bridge analytic and continental traditions or of collaborations between analytic and continental philosophers, methodological debates about the study of philosophy, including the value of different traditions, theoretical accounts of pluralism in philosophy.
Brooke Ackerly, Vanderbilt University
Amy Allen, Dartmouth College
Samantha Brennan, University of Western Ontario
Sharon Crasnow, Norco College
Heidi Grasswick, Middlebury College
Kelly Oliver, Vanderbilt University
Anita Superson, University of Kentucky
Naomi Zack, University of Oregon
Send abstract in MSWord as an attachment via email to the chair of the program committee: safcon2012 [at] gmail [dot] com. Please delete self-identifying information from abstract. Include in body of e-mail: name, title, contact information, and, if applicable, institutional affiliation.
For questions about local arrangements, including accessibility, at Vanderbilt University, contact Marilyn Friedman:
marilyn.friedman [at]vanderbilt [dot] edu
Generous support for the conference has been provided by the Philosophy Department and the Dean of Arts & Sciences of Vanderbilt University.