Keynote: Talia Bettcher, “Full Frontal Morality: Transphobia, Intimacy, and the LAPD Treatment of Transgender Individuals”

Talia is the keynote speaker at the Pacific Division of the Society for Women in Philosophy. Everyone is welcome to attend the talk, so come down to see her philosophical work combined with her work with the Transgender Working Group’s LAPD reform project. Her talk will be on Friday, November 4th, from 4pm to 6pm

November 4-5, 2011

California State University, Long Beach

Location: All talks will be held in the University Student Union, Room 205.

Full details about the conference can be found at the following web address: http://www.csus.edu/org/pswip/

SCHEDULE OF PRESENTERS:

  • Friday, Nov 4, 12:30-1:20 Sina Kramer (Loyola Marymount), “Political Epistemology and Constitutive Exclusion through Judith Butler’s Frames of War”
  • Friday, Nov 4, 1:30-2:20 Grace Hunt (New School), “Recognition and Resentment”
  • Friday, Nov 4, 2:50-3:40 Julinna C. Oxley (Coastal Carolina), “Empathy, Recognition, and Moral Demands”
  • Friday, Nov 4, | 4:00-6:00 | Keynote: Talia Bettcher, “Full Frontal Morality: Transphobia, Intimacy, and the LAPD Treatment of Transgender Individuals”
  • Saturday, Nov 5, 10:00-10:50 Ericka Tucker (Cal Poly Pomona), “Recognition, Emotion, and Identity: Towards a Theory of Social and Individual Power”
  • Saturday, Nov 5, 11:00-11:50 Christine Wieseler (University of South Florida), “A Philosophical Investigation: Interrogating Practices and Beliefs about Disability”
  • Saturday, Nov 5, 12:10-1:00 Heather Rakes (DePaul), “The Many and The One, and The Two: Luce Irigaray and Neglected Intersectionality”
  • Saturday, Nov 5, 1:40-2:30 Barbara J. Lowe (St. John Fisher College), “Out of the Shadows”
  • Saturday, Nov 5, 2:40-3:30 Emily S. Lee (CSU Fullerton), “The Epistemic Value of Experience: Fanon and Outlaw on the Question of an Inferiority Complex”
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