MAP (Minorities and Philosophy) lunchtime discussion with Jennifer Saul
The MAP (Minorities and Philosophy) initiative at the CEU Department of Philosophy cordially invites you to a lunchtime discussion with
Jennifer Saul (University of Sheffield)
Jennifer works in Philosophy of Language, Feminism, Philosophy of Race and Philosophy of Psychology and is currently focusing on racism in political speech. Jenny was Director of the (2011-2013) Implicit Bias and Philosophy Project. She is especially interested in helping academic institutions find methods to combat both implicit and explicit biases, and she frequently advises on this topic. With Helen Beebee, she published a report for the British Philosophical Association and SWIP UK entitled "Women in Philosophy in the UK: A Report". This report presents the first ever study of the gender imbalance in UK philosophy and provides a list of recommendations to combat it. Also with Helen Beebee, she authored guidelines for good practice on gender issues in philosophy, which can be found at the BPA website, as the BPA/SWIP Good Practice Scheme. Jenny is Director of the Society for Women in Philosophy UK, Chair of the Analysis Committee, and Co-Chair of the British Philosophical Association's Women in Philosophy Committee. She is on the Editorial Board for Symposia in Gender, Race, and Philosophy, and on the Analysis Committee.
The event will be an informal interview by Jamie Elliott and Marta Santuccio to Jennifer, with the opportunity for the audience to ask questions.
Please send your RSVP to Marta Santuccio: email@example.com