Upcoming Events

APA Eastern Division, January 2016 - Washington D.C.

Session I: The Feminist Philosophy of Claudia Card

Chair:  Robin S. Dillon (Lehigh University)
Speaker:  Mavis Biss (Loyola University Maryland)
Speaker:  Victoria Davion (University of Georgia)
Speaker:  Kathryn J. Norlock (Trent University)

Session II:  Feminist Political Liberalism
Chair:  Amy Baehr (Hofstra University)
Speaker:  Gina Schouten (Illinois State University), "Access to Equality" 
Speakers:  Christie Hartley (Georgia State University) & Lori Watson (University of San Diego), "Sex Equality and Public Reason"
Speaker:  Elizabeth Edenberg (Vanderbilt University), "Feminism and Diversity in Political Liberalism"

APA Central Division, March 2016 - Chicago
Session I:  Feminist Epistemologies

Chair:  Kathryn J. Norlock (Trent University)
Speaker:  Pieranna Garavaso (University of Minnesota Morris), "Some Theoretical Issues surrounding the “Why So Few Women?” Question" 
Commentator:  Anita Superson (University of Kentucky)
Speaker:  Ayanna Spencer (Michigan State University), "Say Her Name: Epistemic Violence in the Fight Against Police Brutality" 
Commentator:  Myisha Cherry (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Speaker:  Nora Berenstain (University of Tennessee Knoxville), "Epistemic Exploitation" 
Commentator:  Kristie Dotson (Michigan State University)

Session II:  Remembering Claudia Card

Chair:  Robin S. Dillon (Lehigh University)
Speaker:  Diana Meyers (University of Connecticut)
Speaker:  Alison Jaggar (University of Colorado-Boulder)
Speaker:  Lynne Tirrell (University of Massachusetts-Boston)

APA Pacific Division, April 2016 - San Francisco

Session I: Feminism, Contextualism, and Virtue Epistemology

Chair: TBA
Speaker: Kristina Rolin (University of Helsinki)
Speaker: Nancy Daukas (Guilford College)
Speaker: Evelyn Brister (Rochester Institute of Technology)

Session II:  Author Meets Critics: Nancy Bauer's How To Do Things With Pornography  

Chair: Ann Cahill (Elon University)
Author: Nancy Bauer (Tufts University)
Critic: Lori Watson (University of San Diego)
Critic: Lynne Tirrell (University of Massachusetts Boston)
Critic: Carol Hay (University of Massachusetts Lowell)

SAF Conference, September 16-18 2016

Analytical Feminism: Past, Present, & Future
University of Massachusetts Lowell

Details TBA!