Women in the History of Philosophy: A Workshop on Methodological Issues: Pre-Conference Workshop for BSHP

16:00-18:00, 20th April 2021
To be held online, hosted by Durham University

The workshop will discuss some of the methodological issues which have emerged as the history of women’s contribution to philosophy has developed and expanded in recent years. Panel members will share insights and problems encountered from their own work. Questions to be considered include the implications for the historiography of philosophy and whether research on women’s philosophy from different periods requires different methodologies, best practice for the future. Open discussion with all participants will follow the panel contributions.


Ruth Hagengruber (Centre for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists, Paderborn University) 

Sarah Hutton (University of York) 

Caterina Pell√≤ (University of St Andrews) 

Alison Stone (University of Lancaster) 

Rachael Wiseman (University of Liverpool) 

For more information, please visit https://bshp.org.uk/events/bshp-annual-conference/

Registration is free for BSHP members. To become a BSHP member, please click here

To register for the workshop, please email bshp2021.conference@durham.ac.uk and confirm that you are a BSHP member and would like to register

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