What Can Thinking About Disability Teach Us About Philosophy?

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Event Details

Date: 07 Dec 2018 - 08 Dec 2018 – 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Venue: Monash University, Caulfield Campus, Building S, Room S901


School of Philosophical, Historical & International Studies


What Can Thinking About Disability Teach Us About Philosophy?

The Department of Philosophy at Monash University is pleased to announce a workshop exploring what thinking about disability can teach us about different parts of philosophy.

The workshop website can be visited here.



Friday 7 December 2018

1000-1130 Eva Feder Kittay (Stony Brook)

1130-1145 COFFEE

1145-1315 Linda Barclay (Monash)

1315-1415 LUNCH

1415-1545 Stephanie Elsen (Bern)

1545-1600 COFFEE

1600-1730 David Shoemaker (Tulane)


Saturday 8 December 2018

1000-1130 Elizabeth Barnes (Virginia – via Skype)

1130-1145 COFFEE

1145-1315 Suzy Killmister (Monash)

1315-1415 LUNCH

1415-1545 Nethanel Lipshitz (Chicago)

1545-1600 COFFEE

1600-1730 Jeanette Kennett (Macquarie)



The workshop is organized by Michael Smith, McCosh Professor of Philosophy at Princeton University and Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at Monash University, and sponsored by the Monash Faculty of Arts Focus Program for Belief, Value, Mind.




Friday 07 Dec – Saturday 08 Dec


10:00am – 05:30pm


Monash University
Room S901,
Building S
Caulfield Campus


For registration and further information, please contact arts-disability.philosophy@monash.edu 


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