Author Archives: Sandrine Berges

CFA extended: Women in Pragmatism

Due to the many requests of people who wanted to submit an abstract and missed the deadline, the Scientific Committee agreed to open a second (and last extension) for the Women in Pragmatism International Conference (Universitat de Barcelona, January 2020). … Continue reading

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Braga Colloquium – CFA

3rd Call for Abstracts for the   5th Colloquium in the History of Moral and Political Philosophy University of Minho Braga, Portugal   20-21 January 2020  The Canon Revisited: Women Philosophers   Our keynote speakers this year will be:   … Continue reading

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Wollapalooza! III – Expressions of interest

WOLLAPALOOZA! III DESTABILIZING THE CANON WITH FEMINISM This proposal will be submitted to the APSA organisers for the 2020 annual meeting in San Francisco. Please contact me sandrineberges@gmail.com  if you would be interested in participating or attending.  The feminist political … Continue reading

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CFP: Women Intellectuals in Antiquity

Call for Papers: Women Intellectuals in Antiquity 15-16 February 2020, Keble College, Oxford Aspasia, Hypatia, Sappho, Lucretia, Cleopatra, Diotima, Lavinia, Monica, Hecuba, Macrina, Radegund: the names of women intellectuals and the whispers of their powerful influence on philosophy, politics, literature, … Continue reading

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CfP: Reading and Translating The Second Sex Globally

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Recovering Cavendish Transcribe-a-thon

  From Marcy Lascano Early Modernists! I am trying to get an open access searchable version of Cavendish’s 1663 Philosophical and Physical Opinions mounted. There is a lot of text to key in, so I am having a Transcribe-a-thon on … Continue reading

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Call for Papers/ Appel à contribution: Simone de Beauvoir Studies

Call for Papers Simone de Beauvoir Studies Special Issue “Reading and Translating The Second Sex Globally” Guest Editors: Sylvie Chaperon and Marine Rouch Deadline: March 1, 2020   Since its publication in France in 1949, The Second Sex has been … Continue reading

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