Women in the History of Philosophy Workshop

Next week in Philadelphia. For more details see here.


Women in the History of Philosophy

A Workshop presented by the University of Pennsylvania and Villanova University in the Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium’s conference series

Friday, 12 September, 2014

3:00-5:00: KEYNOTE, in conjunction with Penn Philosophy Colloquium Series

Lisa Shapiro (Simon Fraser University)

Gabrielle Suchon’s ‘Neutralist’:
The Status of Women and the Invention of Autonomy

Saturday, 13 September, 2014

9:30-10:45: Marcy P. Lascano (California State University Long Beach)

Monism and Individuation in Cavendish and Conway

11-12:15: Daniel Fryer (University of Pennsylvania)

Margaret Cavendish on Religious Toleration

12:15-1:15: LUNCH

1:15-2:30: Carlos Santana (University of Pennsylvania)

‘Two opposite things placed near each other, are the better discerned’: Philosophical readings of Cavendish’s literary output

2:45-4:00: Sandrine Berges (Bilkent University)

Sophie de Grouchy on the cost of domination in the Letters on Sympathy and two anonymous articles in Le Républicain.

4:15-4:30: Helen Hattab (University of Houston)

Update on Early Modern and Medieval Philosophy for Women Researchers project

4:30-5:30: Roundtable discussion on teaching women in the history of philosophy

Karen Detlefsen (University of Pennsylvania)
Nabeel Hamid (University of Pennsylvania)
Julie Klein (Villanova University)
Michaela Manson (Simon Fraser University) 

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