On Wednesday, November 4th, from 2-4p.m. GMT, I will present a paper on feminist philosophy of disability, denaturalizing disability, genealogy, Phineas Gage, nursing homes, and a few other things to the Arché Feminist Philosophy and Social Theory Seminar organized by the Department of Philosophy at The University of St. Andrews (Scotland).
If you would like to join the Zoom session for my presentation, please contact Emilia Wilson, the coordinator of the Symposium on Feminist Philosophy and Social Theory, at ew58 [at] st-andrews [dot]ac[dot]uk
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Will the paper be available afterwards? Or published? It’s not make the session but would love to read the paper.
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hi Michelle, thanks for your interest in my presentation. I haven’t decided whether I will post the presentation here during or after the session. But if you join us for the Philosophy, Disability and Social Change conference in December, you will probably get caught up on everything I’ve said. You can register for the conference here: https://www.bsg.ox.ac.uk/events/philosophy-disability-and-social-change