The Epistemology of #BelieveWomen Workshop
March 25 - March 26
Recent feminist campaigns, such as #BelieveWomen and #MeToo, have generated a great deal of discussion about sexual misconduct accusations and our consequent moral, legal, and epistemic duties. This workshop aims to bring together scholars working at the intersection of epistemology and feminist philosophy in order to better understand and illuminate this politically important, personally sensitive, and epistemically significant topic.
09.30 Coffee and Welcome
10.00 Sanford Goldberg (Northwestern/St Andrews)
11.30 Eleonora Volta (Milan/Glasgow)
14.30 Mona Simion (Glasgow)
16.00 Emily Tilton (U. British Columbia)
09.30 Emilia Wilson (St Andrews)
11.00 Aidan McGlynn (Edinburgh)
The workshop will be delivered in a hybrid format. For those on site, all talks will be held in School III, St Salvator’s Quad.
To register, please email the organiser, Jade Fletcher: email@example.com