The Research Area EcoTechGender was founded by Ruth E. Hagengruber at the Department of Philosophy, Paderborn University in 2006.
Economy, Ecology, Technology and Gender are today one of the most challenging and decisive factors of our society and predicts the future humanity. The research area EcoTechGender is dedicated to the philosophic analysis of the relation between these topics. Our research focusses on the interactions between those categories including the influence on daily political and societal issues.
In 2023 the EcoTechGender Project went on and new innovative content was created:
On March 16, 2023 Felix Grewe held his talk on The Reinvention of the human body at the international Women and their Body conference organised by Jil Muller. This talk is part of his dissertation project on Donna J. Haraway. The proceedings of the Women and their Body conference are currently prepared for publication in our EcoTechGender Book Series at DeGruyter. The volume will be published probably in 2024.
In August 2023 we published the conference book on Women Philosophers on Economics, Technology, Environment, and Gender History. The volume includes all great conference proceedings of the IAPh 2021 – Defining the Future – Rethinking the Past. The IAPh 2021 was once introduced by the EcoTechGender Visions, where the experts Kateryna Karpenko, Julie Nelson and Melanie Vogel shared their visions of the future. The videos can be watched in our YouTube-Playlist.
Our latest contribution was given by Ruth E. Hagengruber at the international conference on Ethics and Digitalization V. On November 30, 2023 she talked about the topic “Why we need now an ethics of digitization”.
If you want to find out more about the project, his members and its contributions visit our webpage.
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