Pacific Society for Women in Philosophy -- Fall 2012 Meeting

This year's conference is being hosted by Cal Poly Pomona in Pomona, California on November 17 and 18. Generous support is being provided the CPP Philosophy Department, Department of Ethnic and Women's Studies, and the Dean of the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences. We would also like to thank the Collins College of Hospitality Management for providing our beautiful meeting space.

We are delighted to have Sandra Harding from UCLA present our keynote address:
"Politically Engaged Philosophy of Science."


Program

All talks will be held in Collins College on the CPP campus.


 Date and Time
 Speaker/Event
 Sat, Nov 17, 10:00-10:50  
Ann Garry (CSULA), "Should We Categorize Feminist Philosophers by Method?"
 Sat, Nov 17, 11:00-11:50    
Elizabeth Edenberg (& Marilyn Friedman) (Vanderbilt), "Unequal Consenters and Political Illegitimacy"
 Sat, Nov 17, 12:00-1:00    
 Lunch Break
 Sat, Nov 17, 1:00-1:50    
Devora Shapiro (Southern Oregon), "Rational 'Irrationality'"
 Sat, Nov 17, 2:00-2:50
Julia Sushytska (Redlands), "The Borderlands Self: Gloria Anzaldúa and Eastern Europe"
 Sat, Nov 17, 3:00-3:50    
Ericka Tucker (Cal Poly Pomona), "Podcasting Feminist Philosophy: What, Why, and How"
 Sat, Nov 17, 3:50-4:30    
 Coffee break
 Sat, Nov 17, 4:30-6:30    
Sandra Harding (UCLA), "Politically Engaged Philosophy of Science"
 Sat, Nov 17, 7:00-
 Dinner
 Sun, Nov 18, 10:00-10:50
 Erica Holberg (Utah State), "The Pleasures of Virtue in Kant's Ethics"
 Sun, Nov 18, 11:00-11:50
Gwendolyn Dolske (CPP), "Mary Wollstonecraft's Vision of Virtue Realized"
 Sun, Nov 18, 12:00-1:00    
 Lunch
 Sun, Nov 18, 1:00-1:50
Stephanie Rodgers (Emory), "Beyond Recognition, Beyond Witnessing: Ethical Engagement with the Universal Flesh"
 Sun, Nov 18, 2:00-2:50Irena Cronin (UCLA), Macbeth's Dagger: A Singular Thought of an Intentional Object"
 Sun, Nov 18, 3:00-3:50    
Ornaith O'Dowd (College of Charleston), "Ignorance, Corrupted Moral Ecosystems, and Individual Responsibility"



Accommodations:
Kellogg West is located on the campus of Cal Poly Pomona, a short walk away from the rooms where our conference sessions will be held, in the Collins College. A substantial breakfast is included. Conference participants will need to make their own arrangements for accommodations.

Parking:
Parking is free for participants and conference attendees in the lot adjacent to the Collins College. No permit is necessary.

Campus Map

Driving Directions to CPP

Public Transportation to CPP

Air Travel

Those flying in should note that the closest airport to Cal Poly Pomona is Ontario (ONT). Further, participants and anyone staying at Kellogg West is eligible for free shuttle service from the Ontario Airport. Participants wishing to take advantage of the free shuttle should call the Kellogg West front desk at least 48 hours in advance, and should provide them with flight details. 1-800-KWEST-76.