We are thrilled to unveil the latest volume of Journal of the History of Women Philosophers & Scientists. Volume 2 of the Journal of the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists consists of two issues.
The first part of volume 2 continues the work started in volume 1: in it the reader will find texts that further explore different facets of women’s contribution to philosophy in the past, with consequences for the present. The texts are stretching from Christine de Pizan in the late Middle Ages to the French Enlightenment and the post-Enlightenment of Émilie du Châtelet and Sophine Germain, respectively.
The second part of volume 2 is the first themed issue of the Journal of the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists: it is dedicated to women philosophers of Southeastern Europe. This issue is a result of a many-years-long collaboration between the Centre for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists at the University of Paderborn, led by its director and the main editor of this journal, Ruth Edith Hagengruber, and the Research Center for Women in Philosophy, founded by the guest editors of this volume, Luka Boršić and Ivana Skuhala Karasman, at the Institute of Philosophy in Zagreb, Croatia, in 2019.
A recent collaboration with Luka Boršić and Ivana Skuhala Karasman is the Croatia Libori Summer School. After hosting the conference several years in Paderborn, we wanted to take the conference internationally. Our first stop was Zadar, Croatia in 2022. The following year the conference was hosted in Zagreb.
Luka Boršić and Ivana Skuhala Karasman were constantly sharing their knowledge with us. Resulting in a lecture on Women in Capitalism by Luka Boršić at the 2018 Libori Summer School, a Conversation with Diotima on Helene Druskovitz as well as the talk South-East European Women Philosophers from the 20th century until now – an overview by Ivana Skuhala Karasman and Luka Boršić at the 2021 IAPh.
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