Call for registration 2021

CALL FOR REGISTRATION8th annual Conference by Women in Philosophy 25 June 2021 It is our pleasure to invite you to the 8th annual Conference by Women in Philosophy!  Given the uncertainty due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have decided to host the conference online. Our goal is to provide a platform for undergraduate and graduate philosophersContinue reading “Call for registration 2021”

Call for respondents 2021

CALL FOR RESPONDENTS 8th Annual Conference by Women in Philosophy  25 June 2021 It is our pleasure to invite you to the 8th annual Conference by Women in Philosophy! Given the uncertainty due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have decided to host an online conference on 25 June 2021. The conference features 10 presentations onContinue reading “Call for respondents 2021”

Abstracts 2021

1. Formalizing ‘purity of proof’: when does a mathematical proof belong to the content of a theorem? Robin Martinot Any mathematical theorem has many different proofs. Formal proofs of the same theorem may differ, for instance, in the symbols they use, the mathematical background theory they maintain, or the particular structure of their inferences. However,Continue reading “Abstracts 2021”

Program 2021

Click here to register. 14:00-14:15 (GMT+2)Welcome 14:15-15:15 (GMT+2)Parallel presentations Formalizing ‘purity of proof’: when does a mathematical proof belong to the content of a theorem?Robin Martinot (Utrecht University) Respondent: Frida Trotter (University of Lausanne) The superior power of AI designersJonne Maas (Delft University of Technology) Respondent: Christian J. Feldbacher-Escamilla (University of Cologne) Ethical grounds andContinue reading “Program 2021”

Extended deadline CfA CWIP ’21

The 8th annual Conference by Women in Philosophy will take place on the 25th of June, 2021. The conference will be held online due to safety and accessibility reasons. The goal of the conference is to provide a platform for graduate and undergraduate philosophers with marginalised gender identities to present their work in progress toContinue reading “Extended deadline CfA CWIP ’21”

Call for Abstracts CWIP ’21

The 8th annual Conference by Women in Philosophy will take place on the 25th of June, 2021. The conference will be held online due to safety and accessibility reasons. The goal of the conference is to provide a platform for graduate and undergraduate philosophers with marginalised gender identities to present their work in progress toContinue reading “Call for Abstracts CWIP ’21”

Program CWIP’ 2020

The 7th annual CWIP will take place online. The goal is to open up a platform each year for undergraduate and graduate women philosophers to present their research to an audience of peers and receive constructive feedback on it. We hope that the CWIP serves as a template for similar initiatives in academia where young womenContinue reading “Program CWIP’ 2020”

CWIP 2020 is looking for new organizing members!

The organizing committee of the 7th annual Conference by Women in Philosophy is looking for new members! The Conference by Women in Philosophy provides a platform for early-stage women philosophers and helps them gain experience and build a professional network. It’s a great way to meet fellow women philosophers from all over the world inContinue reading “CWIP 2020 is looking for new organizing members!”

CWIP 2019: inspiring, motivating and empowering

On Sunday 23rd and Monday 24th of June, a very successful Conference by Women in Philosophy was held at the University of Groningen. Over 80 attendees enjoyed seventeen talks by young women philosophers, a keynote by prof. dr. Heather Widdows, two symposia with experienced women in philosophy and an informal roundtable discussion about what it is likeContinue reading “CWIP 2019: inspiring, motivating and empowering”

Symposia ‘Neurodiversity’ and ‘Feminist Philosophy and exclusion’

Participants of our conference can really benefit from the presence of experienced women in academic philosophy working at universities in The Netherlands and Belgium. We have therefore organised two parallel symposia with experienced women in philosophy talking about their research topic. Symposium ‘Feminist philosophy and exclusion’ Barriers to Engagement – Dr. Amanda Cawston (Tilburg University)Continue reading “Symposia ‘Neurodiversity’ and ‘Feminist Philosophy and exclusion’”