Feminist Philosophy Reading Group

ABOUT THE GROUP

University of Louisville’s Feminist Philosophy Reading Group is comprised of students and faculty who meet monthly in an informal, welcoming, inclusive setting to discuss classic and contemporary articles in feminist philosophy. Ideally, participants will have some familiarity with philosophy although this is not a requirement. All are welcome to attend.

Readings are circulated two weeks in advance.

In case you would like to be added to the mailing list (in order to receive each reading) please contact Professor Lauren Freeman (Lauren.Freeman@Louisville.edu)


MEETING DETAILS (Fall 2016)

Last Tuesday of the month

1:00-2:00

Humanities 300

 

DATES + READINGS

Tuesday August 30: Linda Martín Alcoff, “The Problem of Speaking for Others”

Tuesday, September 27: Kristie Dotson, “Tracking Epistemic Violence, Tracking Practices of Silencing”

Tuesday, October 25: Rebecca Kukla, “Measuring Motherhood”

Tuesday, November 29: Samantha Brennan, “The Moral Status of Micro-Inequities”