NEW VOICES ON WOMEN IN THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY VIRTUAL CONFERENCE – CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
We are delighted to announce the first New Voices virtual Conference, which is taking place on the 25th and 26th of February 2022. If you’d like to be a part of the New Voices conference, please submit a 300 word abstract for a talk suitable for a 30 minute presentation by the 15th of January 2022. We welcome abstracts on all topics considering women in the history of philosophy and the sciences (all global areas), including topics on specific philosophers (e.g. Anne Conway’s intellectual circle), their work (e.g. Du Châtelet’s theory of hypothesis), the reception of their work in history (the early reception of Edith Stein), or critical analysis of the current canon. Early career scholars are especially welcome to submit an abstract. The deadline for submission is the 15th of January 2022. Abstracts should be sent to email@example.com and to Clara Carus firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write “New Voices Conference” into the header. You can expect to hear back from us by the 31st of January. We are planning to record the talks only (not the discussion), but will of course ask for your permission before sharing them online. If you are not yet a member of New Voices, please consider joining us for free and without any obligations.
We’re looking forward to a vibrant conference and lots of friendly, interesting discussions on women in the history of philosophy!
New Voices on Women in the History of Philosophy is a group for emerging scholars at the Center for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists (directed by Professor Ruth Hagengruber). New Voices has the purpose of creating a forum for international scholars who work on women in the history of philosophy. New Voices intends to interconnect and further the work of scholars in the field of Women Philosophers in the History of Philosophy. New Voices is organized by Dr. Clara Carus. For further information about New Voices or to join New Voices please visit:
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