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Author Archives: Sandrine Berges
Christine de Pizan Conference, November, Porto Alegre – Brazil
Christine de Pizan and the Querelle de Femmes: perspectives on the History of Philosophy Call for proposals November 20th-22th. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul – UFRGS Porto Alegre, Brazil Keynote speakers: Karen Green (University of Melbourne), Sabrina Ebbersmeyer … Continue reading
Margaret Cavendish at 400 – Oxford 14-15 July
MARGARET CAVENDISH AT 400 A conference to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of the birth of Margaret Cavendish Mansfield College, University of Oxford FREE REGISTRATION – email: firstname.lastname@example.org Friday 14th July 2.00-3.15 ‘Cavendish on Music’, Daniel Whiting (University of Southampton)3.30-4.45 ‘Cavendish, Glanvill, … Continue reading
Favourite new(ish) books on women philosophers
I was asked by Shepherd.com to create a page with five of my favourite books on a topic of my choice. So of course I picked women philosophers. But I had a hard time choosing just five even among the … Continue reading
Diotima and Dance, Kemal Payza’s Amour, Mort et Creation
Kemal Payza created a contemporary dance which includes a choreography to Diotima’s speech in the Symposium. You can view the video here. Below is the description from YouTube and links to program and other related materials: “This is a contemporary … Continue reading
Talk by Sandrine Berges on Lucrezia Marinella at KCL
Date: Thursday 13 April, 2pm. Place : King’s College London, Bush House SE 1.08. Registration: there’s no need to register but you should email Alan Coffee (email@example.com) so that he can give you name to the reception desk. Title: Womanly … Continue reading
CFP: Women in/and Logic
CALL FOR PAPERSSpecial Issue of Australasian Journal of Logic on Women in/and Logic https://ojs.victoria.ac.nz/ajl/announcement/view/2 Recent research has shown that many academic disciplines, mathematics and philosophy included, suffer from a problematic gender imbalance, with women disproportionately underrepresented in publications, academic positions, and in the … Continue reading
Become a Volunteer for the Wollstonecraft Society!
Job Type: Voluntary Category: Media and Communications Sector: Charity Job Description – BRINGING HUMAN RIGHTS ALIVE! The Wollstonecraft Society www.wollstonecraftsociety.org is a registered charity bringing Mary Wollstonecraft’s legacy of human rights, equality and justice into young people’s lives. Wollstonecraft herself overcame limited education and … Continue reading
Rewriting the History of Political Thought from the Margins, Berlin 7-9 June.
On June 7-9 2023 the Research and Teaching Unit Political Theory of Humboldt University of Berlin hosts a hybrid conference on “Rewriting the History of Political Thought from the Margins” at Jacob‐und‐Wilhelm‐Grimm‐Zentrum. Rewriting the History of Political Thought from the … Continue reading
Bring Olympe to the Pantheon!
Sylvia Duverger and a few others have put together a petition to Macron, asking him to add Olympe de Gouges to the Pantheon. Please add your name to the hundreds already there, and help persuade the French president! Send an … Continue reading
International Women’s Day – Free Cambridge Elements
Celebrate International Women’s Day by downloading free books from the Cambridge Elements Series on women in the history of philosophy!
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