IAPh 2021: Philosophy of Gender

Women have long been excluded from the canon of philosophy because of their gender - hear what scholars from China, Canada, Portugal and more have to say about gender at the IAPh conference 2021! In the meantime, you can watch a video on the inclusion and exclusion of women philosophers in the history of philosophy by Ruth E. Hagengruber.

  • Kou Zheng, Hebei Normal University, P.R. China: “The integration and development of tradition, modernity and Gender philosophy”
  • Hsiang Chen & Chun-Ping Yen, Academia Sincia, Taiwan: “The Gender controversy and the metaphysics of gender”
  • Rosa Skytt Burr, University of Copenhagen, Denmark: “Supra sexum: Thott and the (Im)Possibility of Transcending Gender”
  • Eva Palomo, Rey Juan Carlos University Madrid, Spain: “19th Century Women Philosophers and the Critique of the Naturalization of Gender Inequality in the Context of Women‘s Suffrage”
  • Vania Dos Santos Silva, University of Coimbra, Portugal: “Ontology of Gender in Plato and Euripides: Ancient Bodies and Gender Performativity”
  • Kathrin Reisinger, University of Vienna, Austria: “Bodies In_Between”
  • Zhu Xiaojia, China Women‘s University, P.R. China: “Sexual difference – the first ontology in Luce Irigaray‘s philosophy”
  • Mary Jo MacDonald, University of Toronto, Canada: “‘Persons of the sex are true wonders’: Gabrielle Suchon‘s Approach to sexual difference”

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

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