Beginnings can be delicate times. This is the first The Physics & Philosophy Society conference. The organizers describe the program this way:
The day has been divided into talks and discussions on the subject of space and time, the strange world of quantum mechanics, and the relationship between metaphysics and the physical sciences. Spanning the worlds of physics, philosophy, and philosophical theology, this promises to be a very stimulating interdisciplinary conference.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there were also some gender diversity among the speakers?
Here we have an all-male program committee, and a line up of speakers and panelists, all of whom, yep, are guys.
Information about the Gendered Conference Campaign
If you are new to the Gendered Conference Campaign please take a look at this post that describes why we bring gendered conferences to your attention. Especially important is the part about us focusing on the harmful effects of gendered conferences, rather than the intentions of the conference organizers.
Also, here is a link to FAQ‘s about the Gendered Conference Campaign. It would be great if you took a look at them so that we don’t have to cover old ground in the comments.