Foreigners in Philosophy Workshop

 

Foreigners in Philosophy Workshop
University of California, Berkeley
March 29, 2016
 
Invited Speaker: Teresa Blankmeyer Burke
 

9:30 – 9:50 Opening remarks: “Why a philosophy workshop on foreigners?” Saray Ayala

9:50 – 10:25 “On being this (Arab-)American doing analytic philosophy in Belgium” Jonathan Shaheen

10:25 – 11:00 “The role of political arrangement in legal philosophy: A foreigner’s perspective” Makoto Usami

11:00 – 11:20 Coffee break

11:20 – 11:55 “On being placed differently in philosophy: Towards greater inclusivity in the profession”  Rebecca Bamford

11:55 – 12:30 “Composition or proposition? The ontology of the philosophical work and the language issue in contemporary philosophy” Enrico Terrone & Filippo Contesi

12:30 – 2:00 Lunch break

2:00 – 2:35 “The many ways of being foreigner” Verena Erlenbusch

2:35 – 3:10 “Lacking a language: Amatonormativity and hermeneutical injustice” Esa Diaz-Leon

3:10 – 3:25 Coffee break

3:25 – 4:45 Keynote speaker: Teresa Blankmeyer Burke

“”You’re not from around here are you?” Adventive experiences of a deaf philosopher”

4:45 – 5:30 General discussion

REGISTRATION

This event is free, but registration is required. Visit: http://foreignersinphilosophy.weebly.com

We welcome persons with disabilities and will provide reasonable accommodations upon request. If you would like reasonable accommodations for this event, please contact Saray Ayala at saray@sfsu.edu by March 22.

ABTRACTS, RESOURCES, AND MORE INFORMATION:  http://foreignersinphilosophy.weebly.com

This workshop is possible thanks to the generous support of Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy.

Organizers: Ásta Sveinsdóttir, Shelley Wilcox, Jennifer Hudin, Saray Ayala

Sponsored by: San Francisco State University Philosophy Department, and Berkeley Social Ontology Group.

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