Tracy and I are both members of the Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy and we’re excited about the 2019 annual meeting. The theme is Feminism and Food and we’re hosting it at the University of Guelph, my new academic home. It’s a rare bit of blog/academic life crossover!
CALL FOR PAPERS (AND ABSTRACTS)
Feminism and Food
October 25-27, 2019
University of Guelph
The Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy invites papers and panel proposals from all areas of philosophy and all philosophical approaches, including and not limited to analytic, continental, and historically oriented philosophy. Submissions related to the theme are especially welcome. Submissions of long abstracts (1000 words) are invited for eventual presentation of papers not exceeding 3000 words. Deadline: 12am EST, February 1, 2019. Email cswipsubmissions2019 at gmail dot com
Our conference theme is “Feminism and Food.” This conference asks participants to consider how food, as a topic worthy of philosophical investigation, is related to feminist challenges to traditional discourse. How has food been discussed in the history of philosophy, or overlooked? How has feminist philosophical scholarship taken into account issues including the ethics and politics of food production, availability, and consumption? What counts as food, and…
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