Author Archives: Sandrine Berges

CfA: Women and Their Body: Talk Series and Conference

WOMEN AND THEIR BODY: TALK SERIES AND CONFERENCE Recent events have shown that it is urgent and fundamentally important to shed new light, through philosophical, linguistic, literary, scientific, medical and artistic perspectives, on the female body and the position of … Continue reading

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New series on Women in the History of Philosophy

Cambridge Elements has just published the first four titles in a new series, edited by Jacqueline Broad on Women in the History of Philosophy. Two more titles are coming out soon, and several more later. The four titles that are … Continue reading

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Call for Papers and Abstracts: Emilie du Chatelet Leibniz and Wolff

Call for Papers: Émilie Du Châtelet in Relation to Leibniz and Wolff – Similarities and Differences As part of the DFG funded research project “Émilie Du Châtelet in Relation to Leibniz and Wolff – Similarities and Differences” at the Center for … Continue reading

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CFP: WOMEN PHILOSOPHERS – BEYOND BOUNDARIES Brill: First Journal of the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists

Journal of the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists (BRILL) Call for paper for the first thematic issue Vol I, 1:  Women Philosophers – Beyond Boundaries Full paper submission: June 30, 2022The Journal of the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists (JHWP) is the world’s first … Continue reading

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Talk by Emily Thomas tomorrow (18 May): “Women Idealists in Britain 1882-1891: Constance Naden, Victoria Welby, and Arabella Buckley.”

Centre for Idealism and the New Liberalism seminar The next CINL seminar takes place next week on Wednesday 18th May, 4pm to 5.30pm (British Summer Time).  Emily Thomas (Durham), “Women Idealists in Britain 1882-1891: Constance Naden, Victoria Welby, and Arabella … Continue reading

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New Voices Talk Series: Andrea Reichenberger on ‘Émilie Du Châtelet as a Key Figure of the European Enlightenment’

From Aaron Wells: We are delighted to announce the official beginning of the New Voices series of talks for Summer 2022, which will focus on Du Châtelet. You are warmly invited to the first presentation, which is by Andrea Reichenberger on “Émilie Du … Continue reading

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CROATIA LIBORI SUMMER SCHOOL 2022Women in the History of Philosophy – Challenging the Canon

Institute of philosophy and the Research Center for Women in Philosophy University of Paderborn University of Zadar CROATIA LIBORI SUMMER SCHOOL 2022Women in the History of Philosophy – Challenging the Canon July 11–14 in-person only (Zadar, Croatia) The Summer School continues … Continue reading

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NYC Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy : Expanding the Canon.

The workshop will be held online 17-19 May. Registration details, are on the programme.

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Registration open: SWIP UK AGM 28-29th June 2022 at RHUL on ‘Early Women Philosophers in London’

The Society for Women in Philosophy UK Annual Conference  Royal Holloway University of London ‘Early Women Philosophers in London’  28-29th June 2022 Speakers: Siobhan Chapman, Sophia Connell, Frederique Janssen-Lauret, Stacie Friend, and Michael Kremer Organisers: Suki Finn and John Sellars (contact suki.finn@rhul.ac.uk or john.sellars@rhul.ac.uk) Website: https://royalholloway.ac.uk/research-and-teaching/departments-and-schools/philosophy/research/early-women-philosophers-in-london-conference/ Registration: https://onlinestore.rhul.ac.uk/product-catalogue/events-and-conferences/politics-and-international-relations-pir/conferencesLocation: … Continue reading

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CFA for Early-Career scholars: Reappearing Ink, Celebrating the Legacy of Eileen O’Neill

From the organizers, Julia Jorati, Louise Antony and Ernesto V. Garcia: The UMass Amherst Philosophy Department will host a conference in honor of Eileen O’Neill (1953–2017). This conference will take place in-person on April 28–30, 2023 in Amherst, MA. There … Continue reading

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