Preliminary Programme for Philosophy, Disability and Social Change 2 (#PhiDisSocCh2), Oxford Online, Dec. 7-10, 2021

I have copied below the preliminary programme for Philosophy, Disability and Social Change 2 (#PhiDisSocCh2). Registration for this outstanding online conference will open soon and additional details about the event are forthcoming. TUESDAY DECEMBER 7 13:00–13:05 Welcome and opening remarks Co-hosts: Jonathan Wolff (Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford) and Shelley L Tremain (BIOPOLITICAL […]

Conceptual Engineering Online Seminar, Fall 2021 Schedule

CONCEPTUAL ENGINEERING ONLINE SEMINAR @ Arché Research Centre & University of ZurichFall Term 2021 *YouTube Channel “Conceptual Engineering”:  http://www.youtube.com/c/ConceptualEngineering* The Fall 2021 season of our Conceptual Engineering Online Seminar is starting in two weeks. The seminar is now co-organized by the Arché Research Centre at the University of St Andrews and the Department of Philosophy at the University […]

What Can We Know About Future Children? The Limits of Risk Assessment

On Friday, August 20 at 3pm EST, my wonderful co-coordinator of BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY, Melinda Hall, will deliver a presentation, organized by the Center for Dignity in Health Care for People with Disabilities, entitled “What Can We Know About Future Children? The Practical and Moral Limits of Risk Assessment in Reproduction.” The event will take place […]

Let’s Talk About Disability!

On June 21st, I will be the first guest of Season 2 on dokeo podcast: Philosophy for the Now, hosted by Ed Conroy. The theme of the episode is Let’s Talk About Disability. You can submit questions to Ed that you would like me to address during the broadcast. Details below! Season: 2, Let’s Talk […]

A Patreon Account for Dialogues on Disability

With the vital encouragement of my friends, collleagues, and other supporters, and the crucial assistance of Alex Bryant, I am very pleased to announce the launch of a new Patreon account for the Dialogues on Disability interview series. The Dialogues on Disability Patreon page “welcome” below captures the motivation and rationale for the new Dialogues […]

The Routledge Handbook of Feminist Philosophy of Science – 20% Off!

The new Routledge Handbook of Feminist Philosophy of Science, edited by Sharon Crasnow and Kristen Intemann, was published earlier this month. The collection comprises chapters by leading thinkers across a range of areas of feminist philosophy and other subfields. I am both honoured and humbled to be amongst them. Like most handbooks and readers, this […]

Opposition to Bill C-7 and Too Many Letters of Reference

No, this post isn’t taking on the important work done on The Philosophers’ Cocoon blog by advising philosophy job applicants about the appropriate contents of their dossier. Rather this post draws upon past interventions that I’ve made on BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY and on the earlier Discrimination and Disadvantage blog (here, here, and here) to reiterate that […]