Revisiting Philosophy’s Past, 1300-1800

Heyman Center for the Humanities, Second Floor Common Room, Columbia University

Friday, February 17
2:00pm – Creating the Modern Self: Medieval Women on Authority, Will, and Self-knowledge

Elizabeth Castelli (Barnard)
Holly Flora (Tulane)
Peter King (Toronto)
Christina Van Dyke (Calvin College)

5:30pm – Panel Discussion: Making our Philosophy Courses More Inclusive

Andy Arlig (Brooklyn College)
Colin Chamberlain (Temple)
Don Garrett (NYU)
Justin Steinberg (Brooklyn College)
Julie Walsh (Wellesley)

Saturday, February 18
9:00am – Education and Women’s Epistemic Authority, 1500 – 1800

Marguerite Deslauriers (McGill)
Lisa Shapiro (Simon Fraser)
Karen Detlefsen (Penn)
Sandrine Berges (Bilkent)

11:30am – Cavendish, du Châtelet, and Shepherd on the Metaphysics of Nature

David Cunning (Iowa)
Antonia Lolordo (UVA)
Marcy Lascano (CSULB)

3:45pm – Reflective Methodology: From Medieval Meditations to Early Modern Science

Bachir Diagne (Columbia)
Christia Mercer (Columbia)
Alan Stewart (Columbia)
Matthew Jones (Columbia)

Distinguished historians and philosophers will share recent scholarship on women and other understudied figures in the history of philosophy to encourage more accurate accounts of philosophy’s past and more inclusive teaching. Sessions rethink standard stories and offer practical ideas about to incorporate understudied figures in our philosophy courses, both historical and non-historical.

The workshop is free and open to the public, but requires registration. RSVP here.











When: Fri., February 17, 2017 at 2:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Where: Columbia University
116th St. & Broadway
212-854-1754
Price: Free
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Heyman Center for the Humanities, Second Floor Common Room, Columbia University

Friday, February 17
2:00pm – Creating the Modern Self: Medieval Women on Authority, Will, and Self-knowledge

Elizabeth Castelli (Barnard)
Holly Flora (Tulane)
Peter King (Toronto)
Christina Van Dyke (Calvin College)

5:30pm – Panel Discussion: Making our Philosophy Courses More Inclusive

Andy Arlig (Brooklyn College)
Colin Chamberlain (Temple)
Don Garrett (NYU)
Justin Steinberg (Brooklyn College)
Julie Walsh (Wellesley)

Saturday, February 18
9:00am – Education and Women’s Epistemic Authority, 1500 – 1800

Marguerite Deslauriers (McGill)
Lisa Shapiro (Simon Fraser)
Karen Detlefsen (Penn)
Sandrine Berges (Bilkent)

11:30am – Cavendish, du Châtelet, and Shepherd on the Metaphysics of Nature

David Cunning (Iowa)
Antonia Lolordo (UVA)
Marcy Lascano (CSULB)

3:45pm – Reflective Methodology: From Medieval Meditations to Early Modern Science

Bachir Diagne (Columbia)
Christia Mercer (Columbia)
Alan Stewart (Columbia)
Matthew Jones (Columbia)

Distinguished historians and philosophers will share recent scholarship on women and other understudied figures in the history of philosophy to encourage more accurate accounts of philosophy’s past and more inclusive teaching. Sessions rethink standard stories and offer practical ideas about to incorporate understudied figures in our philosophy courses, both historical and non-historical.

The workshop is free and open to the public, but requires registration. RSVP here.

Buy tickets/get more info now