Author Archives: Sandrine Berges
This series of the APA Blog is dedicated to understanding what our fellow philosophers are doing in and out of the classroom to diversify the canon. If you would like to nominate yourself or someone else to write a post … Continue reading
German Women Intellectuals 1700-1830: Philosophers, Literates, and Scientists – Interdisciplinary Conference – 4-6 October 2018 Call for papers The Center for the History of Women Philosophers at Paderborn University, Germany invites contributions to an interdisciplinary workshop, organised by Ruth Hagengruber … Continue reading
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Wollapalooza II! Daughters, Dissenters, Democracies, Discontents Sat, September 1, 8:00am to 5:30pm, Sheraton, Republic Ballroom B Session Submission Type: Mini-conference Session Description This mini-conference (hereafter, WOLLAPA-2-ZA!) to be held at APSA 2018 in Boston showcases further work in preparation for … Continue reading
WOMEN AND DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA, 1630-2018: CELEBRATING THE BICENTENNIAL OF AMERICA’S FIRST BOOK ON WOMEN’S RIGHTS The Hannah Mather Crocker Society and The Wollstonecraft Philosophical Society are co-hosting an American Political Science Association Pre-Conference Short Course at the Massachusetts Historical … Continue reading
Join us at the Pacific APA in Vancouver! The Society for the Study of Early Modern Women is an affiliated group of the APA and is hosting its first Pacific APA session. The content of the session is broadly construed, … Continue reading
The Society for the Study of Early Modern Women is offering graduate travel stipends for conference travel (up to $400). The deadline is Sept 1, and more info can be found here: http://ssemw.org/graduate-student-travel-grants/.