Author Archives: Sandrine Berges
Bridging the gender gap through time: how women philosophers of the past contributed to today’s thought
Call for Abstracts: King’s College London Friday, 23rd February 2018 Convenors: Sandrine Bergès (Bilkent), Alan Coffee (King’s) Keynote Speakers: Eileen Hunt Botting (Notre Dame) and TBA Conference webpage. We invite abstracts of between 300 and 500 words. Talks … Continue reading
The contributions of Mary Wollstonecraft to contemporary issues in philosophy 1-2 June 2017 Bilkent University (Room A130) Keynote speakers: Sarah Hutton (York) Hatice Nur Erkizan (Muğla) Full details and program here.
I started a new blog on my personal webpage to follow the progress of my new book project: Liberty, in thy name! Three women of the French Revolution: Olympe de Gouges, Manon Roland and Sophie de Grouchy. The book is … Continue reading
Conférence de Spyridon Tegos – mercredi 19 avril, 17h30-19h30 Politesse aristocratique et (in)civilité républicaine avant et après la Révolution : Adam Smith, Sophie de Grouchy, Germaine de Staël La conférence aura lieu dans la bibliothèque de l’Institut Michel Villey (1, … Continue reading
Liverpool Hope University and the Université Catholique de Lille offer a joint scholarship to pursue a PhD in early modern women’s literature under the direction of Dr. Lisa Walters. The scholarship will cover three years of full tuition fees. The title … Continue reading
Project Vox, the go to website for teaching, studying and researching early modern women philosophers has just added one new philosopher to their database. Check out their material on Mary Astell here. Thanks to Andrew Janiak and his team for their work … Continue reading
History of Women Philosophers and Scientists – International Libori Summer School 2017. Call for applications.
The Libori Summer School 2017 offers four parallel courses held by leading experts in the specific areas which will present, investigate, and discuss Women Philosophers and Scientists of various eras. The courses take place from Monday, July 24th to Friday, … Continue reading