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The Intersection of Gender, Race and Disability with Philosophy of Science

This new reading group meets on Mondays, 2–3pm, in the Board Room. Organised by Azita Chellappoo (asc63).

Lent Term 2018

Week 1 (22 January)

Bailey, A. (2017). Tracking Privilege‐Preserving Epistemic Pushback in Feminist and Critical Race Philosophy Classes. Hypatia, 32(4), 876–892.

Additional reading for Week 1: Wolf, A. B. (2017). 'Tell Me How That Makes You Feel': Philosophy's Reason/Emotion Divide and Epistemic Pushback in Philosophy Classrooms. Hypatia, 32(4), 893–910.

Week 2 (29 January)

Third, Amanda (2010). Imprisonment and Excessive Femininity: Reading Ulrike Meinhof's Brain. Parallax, 16:4, 83–100.

Week 3 (5 February)

Holroyd, J. (2012). Responsibility for implicit bias. Journal of Social Philosophy, 43(3), 274–306.

Week 4 (12 February)

Li, Y. (2016). Testimonial Injustice without Prejudice: Considering Cases of Cognitive or Psychological Impairment. J Soc Philos, 47: 457–469.

Week 5 (19 February)

Yap, Audrey S. (2017). Credibility Excess and the Social Imaginary in Cases of Sexual Assault. Feminist Philosophy Quarterly 3, (4).

Week 6 (26 February)

Irvin, Sherri (2017). Resisting Body Oppression: An Aesthetic Approach. Feminist Philosophy Quarterly 3, (4).

Week 7 (5 March)

Tuana, N. (2004). Coming to understand: Orgasm and the epistemology of ignorance. Hypatia, 19(1), 194–232.

Week 8 (12 March)

Dotson, K. (2011). Tracking epistemic violence, tracking practices of silencing. Hypatia, 26(2), 236–257.