Ghent 24-25 November, 2014
The Department of Philosophy & Moral Sciences of Ghent University welcomes abstracts for an international workshop on Feminist Philosophy of Science.
Invited keynote speaker is Stéphanie Ruphy (Université Pierre Mendès Greboble, France).
We welcome paper proposals on a variety of topics related to the conference theme, including (but not limited to) contributions to:
- feminist philosophy of science
- feminist science(s)
- the role of science(s) in feminism(s)
- the status of feminist philosophy of science in philosophy (of science)
- the history of feminist philosophy of science
Please send abstracts (max. 500 words) prepared for anonymous review to Eric Schliesser by July 1, 2014. Please include identifying information in separate page or accompanying email.
See here for more details.
4 thoughts on “Feminist Philosophy of Science at Ghent.”
Can we stop using *blind* to qualify anonymous review, please?
I didn’t post the cfp, but I’ll take out the word “blind.” Do know that our posts, like this one, sometimes simply copy into wordpress something we were sent. Given the wide-spread use of ablest terminology, it’s pretty certain some will be left in. That’s not intentional, and proof reading is very fallible.
We appreciate help in making our site user-friendly in all sorts of ways.
Anonymous: thanks for pointing it out and Anne, thanks for taking it out. I’ve contacted the organizers to alert them.
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