Philosophy and/of Inclusion

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Nador u. 15
Friday, May 3, 2019 - 9:00am
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Friday, May 3, 2019 - 9:00am to Saturday, May 4, 2019 - 7:00pm


Philosophy and/of Inclusion

What can philosophy do for inclusion? 

The CEU chapter of Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) is hosting a two-day symposium organized around the topic of underrepresented or oppressed demographics within philosophy and academia, and society in general.

Through presented work and facilitated workshops, we want this symposium to highlight standpoint specific thinking and experiences addressing the issues of inequality and inclusion, whether in the theoretical realm or in specific reference to the institutional and professional aspects of academic work. Core focus areas are gender, race, class/economic access, and ability. Some examples may be work on the decolonization of philosophy/academia, feminist and queer critiques, standpoint epistemology, qualitative and quantitative research into the current state of inclusion in academic space, and firsthand accounts of one's experience as a practitioner.

Friday, 3 May

9:00-9:45Registration and Welcome

KEYNOTE: Practical Strategies for Inclusive Teaching - Natalie Ashton (University of Vienna

11:00-11:15Coffee break
11:15-12:00What does “moving away from Eurocentrism” mean for academic philosophy? - Bodi Wang (TU Dortmund University)
12:00-13:30Lunch (not organized by the conference)
13:30-14:15Not Passing the Buck: Responsibility in Cases of Racial Misidentification - Shalom Shaleni Chalson (National University of Singapore)
14:15-15:00Just Theorising Workshop - Rosa Vince and Nadia Mehdi (University of Sheffield)
15:00-15:30Coffee break
15:30-16:15Grammatical Gender Trouble - Zuzanna Jusińska (University of Warsaw)
16:15-17:30KEYNOTE: The morality of inclusion - Anna Réz (ELTE)

Saturday, 4 May

10:00-11:15KEYNOTE: Technological Acceleration and Pedagogies of Inclusion: on the Vicissitudes of the Contemporary University - Ingrid Hoofd (Utrecht University)
11:15-12:00Epileptic in the Academy - Maeve McKeown (St Hilda’s College, University of Oxford)
12:00-13:15Lunch (not organized by the conference)
13:15-14:00Voting Rights and Absent Citizens: Democracy and Electoral Participation of People with Cognitive and Mental Impairment - Antonia Cioanca (CEU)
14:00-14:30Coffee break
15:30-17:00Break-off sessions, group discussion and writing
17:30-19:00Happy (Office) Hours

Registration is not required, but if you want to be informed about the details of this event, then drop us an email and we add you to our list:

For more, see the CEU MAP chapter