IAPh 2021: African Philosophy and Coloniality

Most research on women philosophers tends to be eurocentric, but women philosophers have made contributions around the world - at the IAPh 2021 we are proud to welcome perspectives on African Philosophy and Coloniality. Join us in rethinking the past to define the future and register for the conference for free!

  • Kizito Michael George, Kyambogo University, Uganda: “The Poverty of Hegemonic Masculinity: Emancipatory Criticism of African Philosophy”
  • Lemogang Modisakeng, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa: “Ubungoma as Irigaray’s Way of Love: Gender Fluidity in Precolonial African Metaphysics”
  • Louise Müller, Leiden University, The Netherlands: “Sophie Olúwolé (1935-2018)”
  • Ellen Caroline Viera de Paiva, Universidade Federal do Maranhão, Brasil: “Coloniality as a quotidian vestigial condition in Arlete Nogueira Da Cruz”
  • Martha Palacio Avendano, University of Barcelona, Spain: “The Frame of Feminist Critical Theory and the Social Production of the Colonial Subjectivity”

Find out more about the IAPh conference and register here to attend.

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