A small group of applicants will meet twice over the course of 2021, first on May 7-8, and then again in late June. The aim of the workshop is to inspire a cohort of socially oriented philosophers to engage more closely with experimental work by giving them an opportunity to design and conduct their first philosophically significant experiment.
The May workshops will begin with a panel on experimental and empirical methods in philosophy, as well as the intersection between feminist philosophy, broadly construed, and x-phi. Confirmed panelists are Serene Khader (CUNY) and Jesse Prinz (CUNY). Jordan Wylie (CUNY) will also run a crash course in experimental design, with a special focus on survey studies. The second day will be dedicated to workshopping participants' ideas into full-blown experimental designs.
The workshop in June will be dedicated to data interpretation, and will give participants an introduction to the kinds of statistical analyses required to work their studies up into publishable papers. Between workshops, participants will are invited to join the CUNY Graduate Center's bi-monthly X-Phi Lab, organized by Jesse Prinz and currently running online.
Prospective applicants will be graduate or undergraduate students with a background or interest in feminist philosophy, broadly construed, who also have an interest in x-phi but little to no experience in with empirical methods. Special consideration will be given to students from underrepresented groups in philosophy.
For more information, including how to apply, see www.feministxphi.com/workshop.
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