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Center for Canon Expansion and Change Summer Program: Call for Applications.

Call for Applications Center for Canon Expansion and Change (CCEC)2023 Summer Program University of Minnesota, Twin CitiesMinneapolis, Minnesota https://www.minnesotaccec.com/ccecTwitter: @MNCCEC Overview The Center for Canon Expansion and Change (CCEC) seeks applications for participants in its 2nd annual Summer Program. Participants … Continue reading

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CFP: Special Issue of Australasian Journal of Logic on Women in/and Logic

Special Issue of Australasian Journal of Logic on Women in/and Logic https://ojs.victoria.ac.nz/ajl/announcement/view/2 Recent research has shown that many academic disciplines, mathematics and philosophy included, suffer from a problematic gender imbalance, with women disproportionately underrepresented in publications, academic positions, and in the teaching syllabi. … Continue reading

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Writing about women philosophers: Dos and Donts

Here is a link to my editorial for The New Historia. Thanks to Gina Luria Walker and the New Historia Team for publishing it and making it look so pretty!

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CFP Early Modern Social Epistemology

CFP – Conference on Early Modern Social Epistemology Central European University (Vienna), 19-20 May 2023 Invited speakers: Martin Lenz (Groningen) Jennifer Marusic (Edinburgh) Traditionally, early modern epistemology is seen as strikingly individualist. It is epitomized by the Cartesian meditator’s attempt … Continue reading

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A blog dedicated to recent works on Olympe de Gouges

As part of her effort to make Olympe de Gouges and her writings better known, and hopefully send her to the Pantheon, Sylvia Duverger runs a blog in which she publishes excerpts from recent books on Olympe de Gouges (mostly … Continue reading

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A New Petition to Bring Olympe de Gouges to the Pantheon

The Pantheon, a classically inspired monument in the latin quarter of Paris, was first built as a church, but because it was completed during the French Revolution, became instead a monument to the ‘great men of France’, where their remains, … Continue reading

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CFP (in French) Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale – Les Canons

Revue de Métaphysique et de MoraleAppel à contributions Les canons : arts, littérature, philosophie Argumentaire La question du canon est aujourd’hui au cœur de nombreuses discussions et polémiques dans plusieurs secteurs de la culture et de la vie intellectuelle. La … Continue reading

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JHP Summer Seminar in the History of Philosophy

JHP Summer Seminar in the History of Philosophy https://jhp.wisc.edu/summerseminar.html Call for Applications: JHP Summer Seminar, “Ancient Origins of Renaissance and Early Modern Feminism” (May 15–19, 2023) The Summer Seminar will take place from May 15th to May 19th, 2023. The … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays from the Women Philosophers of the French Revolution!

If you’re looking for a stocking filler, consider my new book Liberty in Their Names: The Women Philosophers of the French Revolution.

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Review of Eileen Hunt’s Portraits of Wollstonecraft – by Sylvana Tomaselli

The following is a review of Eileen Hunt‘s Portraits of Wollstonecraft, by Sylvana Tomaselli, based on a talk she gave at the book launch organized by Notre Dame. Why Appearances Matter, or, the Appearance of Mary Wollstonecraft I will not … Continue reading

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