SWIP Ireland Conference: 15-16 November

Society for Women in Philosophy Ireland Conference
Friday 15 & Saturday 16 November 2013
Venue: Irish School of Ecumenics (Old Physiology Building), Trinity College Dublin

Friday 15 November, 2013

1.45pm: Welcome & Opening Remarks

2pm: Marta Jorba & Maria Rodó de Zárate (UCD & UAB)
‘What Is It Like to Be a Woman in Philosophy? A Phenomenological and Intersectional Approach’

2.40pm: David Archard (Queens University Belfast)
‘Morality, Embodiment and Gender’

3.30pm Tea/Coffee

4pm: Alice Pinheiro Walla (TCD)
‘Kant’s Moral Theory and Demandingness’

4.40pm: Sinead Hogan (Dunlaoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology)
‘The Absent Mise-en-scène…’

5.20pm: Lisa Foran (UCD)
‘The Feminine in Levinas’

6pm: Drinks

Saturday 16 November

11am: Susan Gottlöber (NUI Maynooth),
‘The Value of Beauty: Scheler on the Importance of Art’

11.40am Tina Kinsella
Phenomenology, Psychoanalytic Theory and Art Practice

12.20pm Charlotte Blease (UCD)
‘Psychotherapy, Placebo Effect and Informed Consent’

1pm- 2pm Lunch

2pm Sarah Otten (Carlow College),
‘Adam Smith’s Notion of Justice: Some Hints Towards Reframing the Justice Problem in Care Ethics’

2.40pm Adina Preda (Limerick)
‘Are There Any Conflicts of Rights?

3.20pm Heike Schmidt-Felzmann, (NUIG)
‘Suicide as Grounds for Abortion: Exploring an Irish Anomaly’

4pm -4.30pm Coffee

4.30- 6pm: Roundtable and Discussion

Dinner (sponsored)

Here is a link to the conference venue — Irish School of Ecumenics, (Loyola Institute Building/Old Physiology). The building is beside the cricket ground in Trinity College Dublin.

The event is free, but please contact Danielle Petherbridge (danielle.petherbridge AT ucd.ie) or Clara Fischer (fischecc AT tcd.ie) to RSVP.