This past June, we hosted our very first MAP @ Bristol conference, ‘Philosophy from minoritized perspectives’.
The list of speakers and their presentations may be found below:
|Caroline Christoff – Limits of the Social Model of Disability (University of Texas, Austin)|
|Emily Dobson – Broadening the Scope of Contribution: Life-Value Ethics and Disability (University of Windsor)|
|Dorian Mączka – Why minorities perspectives matter- Feyerabend’s framework of pluralism (Jagiellonian University)|
|Francesco Sturino – Developing a Clearer Understanding of the Significance of Groups in Inequality Assessment: A Response to Iris Young (University of Western Ontario)|
|Denise Vargiu- (University of Bristol)|
|Helen de Cruz – Prestige bias: The first and final hurdle for a more inclusive academic philosophy (Oxford Brookes University)|
We would like to thank the grad speakers, our keynote speaker (Helen de Cruz), all the organisers of the MAP @ Bristol conference, and attendees. Special thanks to Analysis Trust, Minorities and Philosophy, and Marc Sanders Foundation for their generous support of the event.
We hope to be able to host more events like this in the future- stay tuned for more announcements!
Hope you are having a great summer.