Nobody's Free Until Everybody's Free! 2021/22 Feminist Political Philosophy Speaker Series
The Philosophisches Seminar at University of Hamburg presents a speaker series on feminist philosophical approaches to urgent contemporary political questions. The series takes its title from the words of US civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer—words that demand accountability from any society calling itself a liberal democracy. To take those words seriously, a society must not only stamp out prejudice and discrimination, but must rethink basic institutions of education, policing, criminal justice, and national borders, as well as social and cultural norms of family and community life. This speaker series brings together feminist political philosophers who respond to this challenge and map paths to a freer and more livable society.
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Scheduled talks (all times Central Europe Time, all talks in English):
Quill Kukla (Georgetown University)
“Spatial Agency, Territory, and the Right to the City”
Mon Oct. 18, 2021, 14.15–16.00 CET
Alexis Shotwell (Carleton University)
“Solidarity Against Straightness”
Mon Nov. 22, 2021, 18.15–20.00 CET
Tanu Biswas (University of Stavanger)
“Childist Discomfort with Pedagogy: Aren't we schooling towards intergenerational injustice?“
Tues Dec. 7, 2021, 18.15–20.00 CET
Lisa Guenther (Queen’s University)
“Abolish the World As We Know It: Notes for a Praxis of Phenomenology Beyond Critique”
Mon Jan. 24, 2022, 18.15–20.00 CET
Andrea J. Pitts (University of North Carolina, Charlotte)
“U.S. Latina/x Abolitionist Feminism: Nuevos y viejos caminos/New and Old Pathways”
Mon Feb. 7, 2022, 18.15–20.00 CET
Serena Parekh (Northeastern University)
Book Talk: No Refuge: Ethics and the Global Refugee Crisis
With commentary by Christine Straehle (Universität Hamburg)
Mon Feb. 21, 2022, 16.15–19.00 CET
For more information, contact organizer Dr. Caleb Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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