Feminist Epistemology and Philosophical Traditions

18th-19th November 2011

Venue: Kingston University, London

This conference is organised by SWIP UK and the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy at Kingston University, London

Event Rationale

The aim of this conference is to reflect critically on the relation of feminist epistemology to the various philosophical traditions that generated it and those that have nourished it intellectually and challenged it in the past three decades. These traditions include that of epistemology itself (of course), but also more generally the analytical philosophical traditions, the continental philosophical traditions, feminist philosophical traditions, and other philosophically inflected theoretical traditions, for example psychoanalytical theory.

Questions to be addressed include:

Plenary speakers:

Kirsten Campbell (Goldsmiths, University of London)
‘Feminist Epistemology and Psychoanalytical Theory’
Respondent: Stella Sandford (Kingston University)

Miranda Fricker (Birkbeck College, University of London)
‘Feminist Epistemology as Social Epistemology’
Respondent: Stella Gonzalez Arnal (University of Hull)

Gillian Howie (University of Liverpool)
‘Is There a “Continental” Feminist Epistemology?’
Respondent: Alison Stone (Lancaster University)

Alessandra Tanesini (Cardiff University).
‘From Margin to Centre: Feminist Epistemology as
Socially Responsible Epistemology’
Respondent: Kathleen Lennon (University of Hull)

Organiser

For information contact: Stella Sandford

Download a programme here: Programme

 


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