Maria Baghramian (University College Dublin)
Jennifer Lackey (Northwestern University)
José Medina (Northwestern University)
Gaile Pohlhaus (Miami University)
Imge Oranli (Koç University)
Melanie Altanian (University of Bern)
I am inviting papers on the topic of epistemic injustice broadly conceived, including testimonial injustice, hermeneutical injustice and ignorance, either applied to a case study of collective wrongdoing such as crimes against humanity, or more general theoretical and conceptual issues related to epistemic injustice.
Abstract submissions (max. 1000 words in English) should be prepared for anonymous review: the author’s name, affiliation, the title of the submitted paper, and e-mail address must be included in a separate document. Please submit the files by 30 April 2019, in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that submissions that do not fulfill the above-mentioned formal requirements will not be considered. (Partial) travel funding is available for students/early career researchers, which will be fairly distributed according to needs and applications. Selected candidates will be notified by end of May. Papers (max. 5000 words) are due by 15 September 2019 and allow for a 30 min. presentation.
More info: https://philevents.org/event/show/70694