Marx and Philosophy Review of Books

The Marx and Philosophy Review of Books publishes online reviews of books in the area of Marxism and philosophy interpreted very broadly as regard both ‘Marxism’ and ‘philosophy’. Material appearing in The Marx and Philosophy Review of Books may be reproduced for non-commercial use provided proper credit is given to the author and The Marx and Philosophy Review of […]

The Disabling Materiality of Feminist Rhetorical Practices*

Consider the expressions “women and other underrepresented groups” and “women and minorities,” terminology that has been readily transported from managerial and juridical discourses (such as corporate social responsibility statements, government policy, university administration protocols, etc.) and uncritically assimilated into feminist (and other) discourses ostensibly designed to contest and reduce the homogeneous character and composition of […]

CFA: Criticizing Forms of Life, Groningen, Apr. 1, 2020 (deadline: Dec. 15, 2019)

Organized by the Faculty of Philosophy and the Groningen School of Critical Theory, University of Groningen (NL) Keynote lecture: Rahel Jaeggi Liberal theories often draw a distinction between questions of justice which are capable of being decided in ways justifiable to all concerned and ethical questions, or questions about the “good life”, for which no […]

CFP: Cultures of Shame (deadline: Feb. 29, 2020)

EDITED COLLECTION TITLE: Cultures of Shame EDITOR: Cecilea Mun, PhD is the editor of and a contributor to the edited collection titled, “Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Shame: Methods, Theories, Norms, Cultures, and Politics” (Lexington Books/Roman & Littlefield, October 2019), the founding editor-in-chief of the Journal of Philosophy of Emotion,and the founding director of the Society for Philosophy of Emotion. Her publications […]

CFP: Outsiders Within: Reflections on Being a Low-Income and/or First-Generation Philosopher, Philadelphia, PA, Jan. 8-11, 2020 (deadline: Sept. 30, 2019)

The Graduate Student Council (GSC) of the APA is now accepting abstracts for a panel discussion on navigating academic philosophy as a first-generation and/or low-income graduate student at the Eastern Division. Many philosophers have highlighted the lack of diversity amongst professional philosophers, and there are several active initiatives aimed at encouraging greater diversity, a great […]

CFP: Neglected Philosophers of Struggle, 25th Philosophy Born in Struggle Conference, Grand Rapids, MI, Nov. 1-2, 2019 (deadline: Aug. 15, 2019)

The conference is scheduled for November 1–2, 2019 and will be held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton in Grand Rapids, Michigan (USA). The conference theme is Neglected Philosophers of Struggle. Conference registration will be available by early August 2019. The keynote speaker for the conference is Juliet Hooker, Professor of Political Science at Brown […]

Racial Emancipation by Charles W. Mills

Racial Emancipation by Charles W. Mills Presented in the session “Emancipatory Knowledge,” Emancipation Conference, Technical University Berlin, May 26, 2018 For a European audience in general, and perhaps for a German audience in particular, my title may seem strange. What does “race” have to do with emancipation, or knowledge, or indeed anything? Isn’t “race” a […]