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luglio 2017


28 luglio

Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics (CAPPE) University of Brighton 12th Annual, International, Interdisciplinary Conference: Final Call EMPIRE, CAPITAL, AND TRANSNATIONAL RESISTANCE: PHILOSOPHICAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES Wednesday 13th – Friday 15th September 2017 : University of Brighton, UK KEYNOTE SPEAKER: JOHN CHALCRAFT (LSE) The past decade has witnessed widespread resistance to neoliberalism across the world. Unlike the anti-colonial revolts of the 1950s and 1960s, this resistance has tended either to fizzle out or to be appropriated by states. This…

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agosto 2017

Women and the History of Philosophy

15 agosto

Call for Papers for a special issue of British Journal for the History of Philosophy In recent years, the attention that has been paid to the philosophical women of the past has challenged prevailing assumptions that women made no significant contribution to the history of philosophy. An increasing body of work in the history of philosophy has demonstrated that women did indeed contribute significantly. The history of women’s philosophy is now recognised as a rich new domain of scholarly enquiry.…

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Summer School – Human Rights, Gender and Alterity

28 agosto -8:00 - 8 settembre -17:00

Per informazioni dettagliate: Joint Summer School between the University of Geneva and the Graduate Institute Geneva In 2017 the first edition of the Summer School “Human rights, gender and alterity” will take place in Geneva. This unique transdisciplinary course is aimed at students and practitioners from all academic backgrounds and will enable participants to critically engage with human rights from a gender and a postcolonial perspective. The innovative concept combines visits to international organisations in Geneva and meetings with…

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dicembre 2017

Call for Papers Feminist Philosophy Quarterly Special Issue: ‘Epistemic Injustice and Recognition Theory’

31 dicembre -8:00 - 23:00

Guest Editors: Paul Giladi (University of Sheffield), Nicola McMillan (Lancaster University), and Alison Stone (Lancaster University). Feminist Philosophy Quarterly seeks submissions for a special issue on Epistemic Injustice and Recognition Theory. An important development in contemporary Anglo-American feminist epistemology has been the concept of epistemic injustice, which, as articulated for example by Miranda Fricker, has emerged out of and re-invigorated a rich line of work in feminist epistemology on epistemic exclusion, silencing, subordination, and motivated ignorance, including work by Linda…

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