Call for Non-presenting Participants: Feminist Philosophy and Formal Logic Workshop
April 19 – 22, 2018, Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science
University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
The Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities will host a workshop on Feminist Philosophy and Formal Logic April 19 – 22, 2018.
We have space to accommodate up to four graduate students and early career PhD non-presenting participants. Exceptional applications from advanced undergraduate students will also be considered. At least two non-participating participants will be students. Other than non-presenting participants, the workshop is by invitation only.
We have secured funding from:
- The Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science
- The University of Minnesota Department of Philosophy Setterberg Fund
- The University of Minnesota Grant-in-Aid Program
- The Association of Symbolic Logic
The workshop will cover lodging for three nights, meals, and reimburse up to $400 towards travel for non-presenting participants.
Non-presenting participants are expected to read the workshop papers in advance (papers will be distributed in early January 2018), and be active participants in workshop discussion of the papers. Papers will be revised in light of workshop discussion and (subject to the usual refereeing process) collected in a volume of Minnesota Studies for the Philosophy of Science. Non-presenting participants will also have the opportunity to submit contributions inspired by the workshop (but are not required to do so).
The workshop is organized by Jessica Gordon-Roth and Roy T Cook. Confirmed speakers include:
- Derek Anderson (Boston University)
- Melanie Bowman (Minnesota – Twin Cities)
- Maureen Eckert (UMass)
- Catherine Hundleby (Windsor)
- Frederique Janssen-Lauret (Manchester)
- Katherine Ritchie (CUNY)
- Gillian Russell (UNC)
- Catherine St Croix (Michigan)
- Sara Uckelman (Durham)
- Audrey Yap (Victoria)
Graduate students and recent PhDs interested in participating should send a CV and a letter explaining their interest, and arrange for a letter of recommendation to be sent directly to the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science at email@example.com. All application materials should be received by December 1, 2017 for full consideration. Applicants will be notified by January 1, 2018.