Author Archives: Sandrine Berges

Wollstonecraft Walks project

The app and website hold a selection of resources and podcasts to take you on a guided walk of Newington Green N1, stopping off at Mildmay Social Club, Newington Green, Newington Green Primary School and finally The Lady Mildmay pub, … Continue reading

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Arendt Studies: now available on JSTOR

Arendt Studies is now available on JSTOR We are happy to share the news that Arendt Studies is included in JSTOR’s new ‘Lives of Literature’ collection and now available on both JSTOR and the Philosophy Documentation Center website: https://www.jstor.org/stable/e48500768 https://www.pdcnet.org/arendtstudies As always, we welcome manuscript … Continue reading

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Conference on Marie le Jars de Gournay, 1-2 April, Lyon.

Gournay philosophe / Gournay philosopher A Conference on Marie le Jars de Gournay (1565-1645) 1–2 April 2020 Institut d’Histoire des Représentationset des Idées dans les Modernités Université Jean Moulin-Lyon 3   Writer, translator, editor, linguist, critic, literary theorist, Marie le Jars de … Continue reading

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CFP: 3rd Annual SWIP-TR Conference, Istanbul

Call for Papers: 3rd Annual SWIP-TR Conference on Philosophy, Gender and Social Justice     The Society for Women in Philosophy in Turkey is proud to announce the 3rd Annual Conference and Meeting of SWIP-Turkey between 19-20 November, 2020 at … Continue reading

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Mary Wollstonecraft and Dissent: A Celebration, London, 24-25 April 2020

Mary Wollstonecraft and Dissent: A Celebration Friday 24 April to Saturday 25 April, Newington Green Meeting House, London N16 9PR Programme and registration here: https://www.ies.sas.ac.uk/wollstonecraft. Concessions for students and benefit recipients.  Following the success of the Celebration to mark the 260th anniversary of the … Continue reading

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Women Philosophers – Request for pre-1940 Public Coverage 

Below is a message from Emily Thomas. Please contact her if you have any thoughts: emily.e.thomas@durham.ac.uk Hello all, I’m hoping I can please trouble you for some help. I’m doing some research into how women philosophers were publicly perceived, before … Continue reading

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Deadline 29 February 2020 DEFINING THE FUTURE – RETHINKING THE PAST

Defining the Future, Rethinking the Past. The XVIII conference, July 19-22, 2020 of the International Association of Women Philosophers (IAPh)  at Paderborn University, Philosophy Department and the Center for the History of Women Philosophers announces: Call for Papers – Deadline 29 February, 2020  … Continue reading

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Women Intellectuals in Antiquity Symposium: Registration and Programme

Registration is now open for the Women Intellectuals in Antiquity Symposium taking place 15-16 February 2020 at Keble College, Oxford.   The programme is available here: https://tinyurl.com/WIAprogramme   You can register for the event here: https://estore.kcl.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/academic-faculties/faculty-of-arts-humanities/department-of-classics/women-intellectuals-in-antiquity-symposium   This Symposium aims to bring together scholars … Continue reading

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Wollapalooza 3!

We have just submitted the proposal below to APSA for the September 2020 annual conference in San Francisco. Watch this space for further news (and keep your fingers crossed)! WOLLAPALOOZA! III: DESTABILIZING THE CANON WITH FEMINISM AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION … Continue reading

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Workshop on Edith Stein, 8-9 February, Maynooth University, Ireland.

Edith Stein’s Finite and eternal Being is among her works the one in which the phenomenological and scholastic traditions are most closely united. In consequence, identifying its exact argument presents a challenge, to the phenomenologist and the scholastic alike. In … Continue reading

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