CFP: 6th Latinx Philosophy Conference, Temple University, Mar. 25-16, 2022 (deadline: Dec. 17, 2021)

CFP 6th Latinx Philosophy Conference March 25-26 2022 Keynote Speakers Sofia Ortiz-Hinojosa (Vassar College) Rocío Zambrana (Emory University) The Latinx Philosophy Conference celebrates philosophical work by Latinx philosophers and philosophical work on issues relevant to Latinx and Latin American peoples. The conference aims to bring together philosophers working on a wide variety of topics and […]

Inclusion and Exclusion in Philosophy: Alcoff, Mills, and Tremain

In July of last year, Linda Alcoff, Charles Mills, and I participated in a podcast discussion for the Larger, Freer, More Loving series hosted by Matthew J LaVine and Dwight Lewis. The motivation to record the discussion was the announcement (and ensuing remarks) on Daily Nous about the SSHRC funding of the project “Extending New […]

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 […]

Welcome Axel Arturo Barceló Aspeitia!

I am very excited to officially announce that BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY now has an additional contributing author, Axel Arturo Barceló Aspeitia (he/him/his)! Axel has in the past contributed guest posts to both BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY and Discrimination and Disadvantage (for example, here) and is an avid participant in and contributor to BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY Facebook. Axel’s inaugural post […]

CFP: Diversity is Not Enough, Eastern APA, NYC, Jan. 4-7, 2021 (deadline: Sept. 1, 2020)

Diversity is Not Enough: Promoting Inclusivity in Academic Philosophy Graduate Student Council Panel Session, Eastern APA 2021 The Graduate Student Council of the American Philosophical Association invites proposals for a session exploring the topic of promoting and cultivating inclusivity and belonging in academic philosophy, to be held at the 2020 APA Eastern Division meeting, January 4-7, […]

CFP: 14th Annual Texas Tech Graduate Philosophy Conference: Philosophy of Race, Texas Tech University, Apr. 23-25, 2020 (deadline: Feb. 28, 2020)

Keynote Speaker: Charles W. Mills (CUNY-The Graduate Center) Summary: We are interested in promoting scholarship related but not limited to historical, normative, metaphysical, epistemic, and linguistic questions surrounding race in America. Submissions from current graduate students in any area related to the philosophy of race are welcome (Including papers about, e.g. ethnicity, immigration, etc.). Submission Guidelines: Papers should be between 3,000-3,800 words […]

CFP: Philosophy Born of Struggle, Grand Rapids, MI, Nov. 1-2, 2019 (Extended deadline: Aug. 31, 2019)

The 25th Philosophy Born of Struggle conference will be held at Embassy Suites by Hilton in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Philosophy Born of Struggle asks for papers or roundtable/panel proposals on neglected philosophers whose works can be considered contributions to philosophies born of struggle. Keynote speaker: Juliet Hooker We welcome submissions inspired by the conference theme. […]

Pitching a Post for BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

In a few weeks, BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY will have been active for six months. During that time, more than 130 items have appeared here. Our readership/listenership is steadily increasing in numbers and expanding internationally. Every day, more and more philosophers and close associates read/listen to posts here and become a part of the global BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY […]

CFP: OZSW Autumn School “Beyond the Canon: Unexplored Topics and Forgotten Thinkers,” Tilburg University, Oct. 25-26, 2019 (deadline: Jun. 1, 2019)

Textbooks on the history of philosophy deal with what are widely agreed to be the most important themes and thinkers of the past two-and-a-half thousand years. They discuss, among others, the views of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Spinoza, Locke, Hume, and Kant, as well as the major traditions and debates in epistemology, metaphysics, and ethics: rationalism […]