The North-Western Italian Philosophy Consortium (FINO), Curriculum in the History of Philosophy, together with the Collegio Giasone del Maino in Pavia, is pleased to announce the opening of the call for papers for the 6th edition of the International Graduate Conference in the History of Philosophy to take place
Pavia, Collegio Giasone del Maino, 11-12 September 2023
This year’s topic is
The Role of Women in the History of Philosophy
The conference is devoted to questions of gender in the history of philosophy, from Antiquity to contemporary philosophy: we are interested in the role of women in the history of philosophy, both as historians of philosophy, and as philosophers themselves, considering especially the stereotypes with which women have been confronted in a traditionally male-dominated discipline. We are also keen to discuss the application of recent philosophical developments on non-binary approaches to the specific field of the history of philosophy, which has been often viewed as bound to a canon, and thus to a certain extent resistant to efforts of rewriting. Ultimately, we ask how bringing attention to the issue of gender can function as a lever to reconsider the status of the history of philosophy as a philosophical practice. We are happy to announce that this year’s key-note addresses will be delivered by:
Maddalena Bonelli, Università di Bergamo
Clara Carus, University of Oxford
Sandra Plastina, Università della Calabria
Submissions are encouraged from PhD students and early career scholars (PhD earned no earlier than 2019). Presentations (30 minutes) may be delivered in either English or French, and will be followed by discussion (20 minutes). Successful applicants will be notified by June 30, 2023. Participants will be hosted free of charge in Collegio Giasone del Maino, Pavia; travel costs cannot be reimbursed, and we encourage participants to seek the support of their home institutions. No registration fees apply.
Please submit your application to Giuseppe Cospito no later than Mai 31, 2023, at email@example.com as .doc(x), .rtf, or .pdf enclosing: (i) a cover letter with the applicant’s full name, institutional affiliation, contact information, and title of the proposed paper; (ii) a title and an abstract (250 words) in either English or French. For the purpose of blind review, the abstract should contain no personal information. Submissions that are not prepared for blind review will not be considered.
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