IAPh 2021: Environmental Philosophy and Food Ethics

Environmental philosophy needs a global perspective - our speakers at the IAPh conference 2021 "Defining the Future, Rethinking the Past" are from China, India, Finland, Turkey, Belgium, Spain, Germany, Czech Republic, Latvia and more!

  • Wu Min, Sichuan University, P.R. China: “Doubtful Filial Piety and the Impact of taking Confucianism as Relational Ethics: From the Gendered First person Perspective”
  • Ishtiaque Ahmed Levin, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India: “Gendering the Anthropocene: The Relevance of Posthuman Eco-feminism”
  • Shalini Attri, BPS Women´s University, India & Priyanka Singh, Arya Kanya Mahavidhylaya, India: “Earth and Feminist Space: Reading ‘Sultana’s Dream’ as Ecotopia”
  • Corinna Casi, Helsinki University, Finland: “Sami Indigenous Women and Unequal Opportunities”
  • Eylem Canaslan, Kirklareli University, Turkey: “Ecological Philosophy Reconsidered: We need a “Vital” Touch!”
  • Tom Viaene, Sint Lucas School of Arts, Karel de Grote Hogeschool, Belgium: “A politics of collaborative soil care in more than human worlds”
  • Marta Tafalla, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain: “Why animal ethics needs animal aesthetics”
  • Gesine Schepers, Bielefeld University, Germany: “Should one take care of nature?”
  • Dagmar Pichová & Zdeňka Jastrzembská, University of Brno, Czech Republic: “Anna Pammrová: Towards an Ecofeminist Perspective”
  • Stella Villarmea, University of Oxford, UK: “Capacity and autonomy during labour? Unveiling stereotypes in birth”
  • Catia Faria, CEPS Braga, Portugal: “Ecofeminism and nonhuman animals: A Xenofeminist critique”
  • Anne Sauka, University of Latvia, Latvia: “Bodies and the Environment: An Ontogenealogical Approach“”

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

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