22nd–23rd June 2015, Humanities Research Centre, University of York
Registration is now open for the SWIP-associated mentoring and networking workshop for graduate and early career women in philosophy. We invite women to register for the workshop by Monday 1st June (all those who self-identify as women are women). We aim to be as inclusive as possible: women in need of any disability accommodation should not hesitate to get in touch. The workshop venue is fully wheelchair accessible.
Registration Fee (including coffees, lunches, and wine reception):
Full registration: £25
Workshop dinner: £25 extra (places very limited)
To register visit: http://store.york.ac.uk/browse/product.asp?compid=1&modid=1&catid=394
More information can be found at: http://yorkswip2015.weebly.com
The facebook event can be joined at: http://www.facebook.com/events/599860713450643/
Aims of the Workshop
This workshop will be the first of its kind in the UK, roughly following the example set by Princeton University’s Networking and Mentoring Workshop for Graduate Women in Philosophy held in August 2014.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together graduate and early career women in philosophy from a selection of philosophical areas in order to offer support and encouragement to develop a thriving community of women in philosophy.
The workshop will provide graduate and early career women with feedback on their work and advice on a career in philosophy. Alongside the philosophical talks, there will be presentations discussing a wide range of issues facing women in philosophy. We hope that a consequence of the workshop will be an enhanced support network, which will encourage more women into the discipline.
Elizabeth Burns, Heather Logue, Penelope Mackie, L. A. Paul, Hanna Pickard, Jennifer Saul, and Kathleen Stock.
Jules Holroyd, Elizabeth McKinnell, Louise Richardson, Jennifer Saul, Ema Sullivan-Bissett, and Helen Yetter-Chappell.
Monday 22nd June
09:00 – Registration and coffee
09:30 – Welcome
09:35 – Jennifer Saul: ‘Women in Philosophy: How the Profession is Improving’
10:15 – Mary Edwards: ‘Can we Resurrect the Author without Calling Upon Intention?’
11:15 – Coffee
11:45 – Anna Ichino: ‘False Believers?’
12:45 – Lunch
13:45 – Chris Meyns: ‘The Transformation Game’
14:45 – Coffee
15:15 – Naomi Thompson: ‘Grounding and Metaphysical Explanation’
16:15 – Before the Permanent Job [panel: Elizabeth McKinnell, Louise Richardson, Ema Sullivan-Bissett]
17:15 – Concurrent mentoring sessions: Aesthetics, Philosophy of Psychology, Decision Theory, Metaphysics.
18:15 – Wine reception
19:30 – Workshop dinner
Tuesday 23rd June
09:00 – Jules Holroyd: Applying for Grants
09:45 – Laura Frances Callahan: ‘Evil: Only Sometimes Evidence Against God’
10:45 – Coffee
11:15 – Umrao Sethi: ‘Over-Determined Appearances: Berkeley and the Argument from Hallucination’
12:15 – Lunch
13:15 – Natalie Ashton: ‘Feminist Epistemology as Mainstream’
14:15 – Coffee
14:45 – Julia Langkau: ‘Learning from Fiction’
15:45 – Helen Yetter-Chappell: The US job market
16:30 – Concurrent mentoring sessions: Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Perception, Feminist Epistemology, Aesthetics.
17:30 – Workshop close
For financial support we are very grateful to the Analysis Trust, the British Society of Aesthetics, The British Society for the Philosophy of Science, the Department of Philosophy at the University of York, the Mind Association, Project PERFECT, and the Society for Women in Philosophy UK.
Any queries should be sent to the organisers, Helen Bradley, Suki Finn, and Ema Sullivan-Bissett, at: email@example.com