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Full-Frontal Morality: Transphobia, Intimacy and the LAPD Treatment of Trans Individuals

Here is Talia Bettcher’s keynote address at the annual meeting of the Pacific Society for Women in Philosophy (P-SWIP). There is an hour-long Q & A which will be available shortly (… or eventually) Advertisements

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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 … Continue reading

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Call For Papers: Making Sense of Gender, Sex, Race and the Family

CFP: Making Sense of Gender, Sex, Race and the Family Humana.Mente – Journal of Philosophical Studies Call for Papers Issue 22, July 2012 Making Sense of Gender, Sex, Race and the Family Editors: Elena Casetta & Vera Tripodi One of … Continue reading

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