- Questo evento è passato.
Gender and the Idea of Autonomy
10 Aprile 2017
The University of Bristol MAP Chapter announces a one-day symposium on Gender and the idea of Autonomy, held on June 5th 2017, free for all participants.
They are looking for papers responding to their topic from within a variety of feminist schools. They are especially interested in the feminist perspectives of non-Anglo-American traditions, such as African, Islamic, and Chinese philosophy. Related themes include (but is not limited to):
-Relationality and individual agency
-Coercion and choice
-Concepts of freedom and liberty
-Oppression in socialization
-Religion and the role of feminism
-Multiculturalism and gender
Your talk should be confined to a 40-minute slot (which consists of a 25-minute presentation and 15-minute Q&A) and accessible to any audience without specialist knowledge of your topic.
Please submit an anonymized 500 word (maximum) abstract, along with a separate document stating your name, level of study, and institutional affiliation, to our organizers at: email@example.com before 10th April, 2017.