Women in Philosophy PGR conference
Room 2.15, Senate House
To mark International Women’s Day 2020, the Women in Philosophy Society will be holding a PGR conference on March 16 in celebration of the diversity of topics those identifying as women at UoB philosophy department are working on.
Keynote Speaker: Professor Alessandra Tanesini: Passionate Speech: On The Uses and Abuses of Anger in Public Debate
Talks by PGR philosophers:
- Laureline Emilie Herz: The Cambridge Analytica-Facebook-GSR Data Scandal: Is it a case of corruption? A relational analysis.
- Noemi Magnani: Oppressive socialisation and women’s autonomy
- Leia Hopf: Educational Equality and Diverse Disadvantages
- Hadis Farokhi Kakesh: Against the motivational view of desires
- Casey Logue: Ethics, Feminist Aesthetics, and Amalia Ulman
- Margarida Hermida: If ‘animal’ is not a kind, what kind of thing are we?
- Denise Vargiu: Does freedom of movement enhance gender equality?
The conference is supported by the Department of Philosophy. attendance is free and all are welcome.
If you have any further questions please contact the organiser, Lucienne Spencer (email@example.com).