Author Archives: Sandrine Berges
From earlymoderntexts.com We are in the process of creating audio books for selected texts, starting with Mary Wollstonecraft’s “A Vindication of the Rights of Woman” and Hume’s first “Enquiry”, to be followed soon by Descartes’s “Meditations”, and Mill’s “On … Continue reading
Below is a list of links to obituaries and remembrances for Eileen O’Neill, who shaped the the sub-discipline of the history of women philosophers. RiP: Eileen O’Neill (1953-2017) Eric Schliesser in Disgressions and Impressions Eileen O’Neill, 1953-2017 (obituary by Christia … Continue reading
The Following CPF may be of interest to those of you interested in the history of gender identity. Special Issue: Women & Language Guest Editor: Leland G. Spencer, Miami University Transcending the Acronym: Genders, Sexes, Sexualities, and Gender Identities Beyond “LGBT” … Continue reading
Intensive Seminar on Teaching New Narratives in Early Modern Philosophy June 25 – June 29, 2018, Simon Fraser University Summary In this intensive weeklong seminar, we will work through a range of primary source materials by non-canonical authors, both women … Continue reading
Table of contents: Introduction, Jacqueline Broad and Karen Detlefsen Part I: Ethical and Political Liberty 1: Liberty and Feminism in Early Modern Women’s Writing, Karen Detlefsen 2: François Poulain de la Barre on the Subjugation of Women, Martina Reuter 3: … Continue reading
The Center for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists at Paderborn University invites you to attend their upcoming conference WOMEN IN THE HISTORY OF PHENOMENOLOGY AND PHENOMENOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY 23-24 November 2017 Speakers will be: George Heffernan (Merrimack College) – Between … Continue reading
Alan Coffee and I are grateful to Ruth Hagengruber for this excellent review! Read the review on NPDR here. The Social and Political Philosophy of Mary Wollstonecraft, edited by Sandrine Berges and Alan Coffee can be purchased here.