The 23rd Annual CUNY Graduate Student Philosophy Conference invites graduate students to submit their work engaging with philosophical topics and traditions that consider or bridge the analytic/continental divide. The analytic/continental division typically assumes contrasting notions of what philosophy ‘is’ and what it ought to be. The divide also describes the varying methodologies employed when we practice philosophy. Whether it refers to meta-philosophical commitments or strategies used, the divide can do exactly that – divide. When concerned with the nature of philosophy and how one ought to conceive of the practice the stakes can be high; when we ask, “What counts as philosophy?” we implicitly ask, “What doesn’t ‘count’ as philosophy?” This conference aims to explore issues that need to be explored by the philosophical community at large, especially when the legitimacy of certain practices are under scrutiny. The conference also aims to create a space where we can learn to ask better questions concerning the nature of our academic practices, the traditions we draw from, the methodologies we employ, and the topics we consider.
We are particularly interested in papers from all areas of philosophy that:
The conference is committed to providing a platform for marginalized persons and topics in the discipline. In answering some of the questions presented we highly encourage papers regarding, among other topics: critical race theory, feminist philosophy, queer theory, trans philosophy, and disabilities studies. Speakers from marginalized groups in the discipline are strongly encouraged to submit. Any abstracts that aim to discredit already marginalized philosophers or philosophies are strongly discouraged.
We are pleased to invite abstracts sufficiently in the spirit of the project theme of no more than 350 words, excluding references.
The deadline for abstracts is January 25th, 2020. Anonymized abstracts should be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include with your submission a cover page that includes your name, affiliated institution, contact information, and title of paper.
Speakers who are accepted on the basis of their abstracts will have the option to submit their papers by an early deadline if they wish to have a commentator.
For more details, see the conference website.
Distribution and Recognition of Service Work
Ariana Falbo (Brown University)
Sukaina Hirji (University of Pennsylvania)
C. Thi Nguyen (Utah Valley University)
Angela Sun (University of Michigan)
Moderated by Carolina Flores and Elise Woodard
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Thursday, January 10, 2020, 2:30pm-5:30pm
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