Libori Summer School 2019: Teaching Women Philosophers
The Libori Summer School 2019 at the Center for the History of Women’s Philosophers will focus on “Teaching Women Philosophers.” This year, two parallel Libori Summer Schools will be run, one in English and one in German language.

Our invited guest for the English section are: Sarah Hutton, University of York, UK; Sabrina Ebbersmeyer, University of Copenhagen, Germany/Denmark; Ronny Miron, Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv; Luka Borsic and Ivana Skuhala Karasman, University of Zagreb, Croatia; Antonio Calcagno, Kings College, London (Ontario), CA.

The German Libori Summer School 2019 is held in cooperation with the Work Group/AG Frauen in der Geschichte der Philosophie.  In this section Sabrina Ebbersmeyer (University of Copenhagen), Julia Lerius, Ana Rodrigues, Julia Mühl, Jessica Harmening, and Ruth Hagengruber (all from Paderborn University) will present selected examples.

Everyone is welcome to attend the Libori Summer School! A registration is required. Please bear in mind, however, that the holiday season in Paderborn starts at the end of July. There for we highly recommend to book rooms as soon as possible.

English Section

Deutsche Sektion

Sarah Hutton
Ruth Hagengruber

Registration is required. For a registration as a speaker, please note the CFP, as a participant, please send us an informal e-mail with the relevant data about yourself.

For registrations received after April 15, 2019, a conference fee of 50 € will be charged. Please contact us for information on possible reductions of the conference fee:

Eine Anmeldung ist notwendig. Für eine Anmeldung als Vortragender, beachten Sie bitte den CFP, als Teilnehmer senden sie bitte eine formlose E-Mail mit den relevanten Daten zu Ihrer Person an uns.

Für Anmeldungen, die nach dem 15.04.2019 eingehen, wird ein Konferenzbeitrag von 50 € erhoben. Ermäßigungen sind möglich, bitte kontaktieren Sie uns dazu unter folgender E-Mail Adresse:

Antonio Calcagno
Ronny Miron
Sarah Hutton, Sabrina Ebbersmeyer, Julia Lerius, Ruth Hagengruber

Preliminary Program

  • The event will start Monday, July 29, 2019 at 09:30 am with an opening lecture by  Ruth Hagengruber.
  • Wednesday evening we will have a panel discussion about female figures in the canon with Dieter Birnbacher, Sarah Hutton, Ruth Hagengruber et al.
  • The Libori Summer School will end on Friday 02.08.2019 at 06:00 pm, with the final event; with the handing over of the certificates to the registered participants and the awarding of the Elisabeth of Bohemia Prize 2019.


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