2020 Conference Program

The conference will take place on the UA campus in the Maloney Seminar Room, Social Sciences Building Room 224 (1145 E South Campus Dr).

Catering: In an effort to make sure we’re providing meals that meet everyone's dietary restrictions, if you’re registered and the menu does not account for your dietary restrictions, please feel free to let us know and we’ll do our best to accommodate.

Sponsors: We would like to thank all of our 2020 conference sponsors for making FemPhilAZ 2020 possible.

Saturday, February 8, 2020

9:00–9:30 Breakfast
9:30–10:30 “Internalism about Gender”
Alice van’t Hoff (Princeton University)
Commentator: Rhys Borchert
10:30–10:45 Break
10:45–11:45 “Is There a Right to be Swiped?”
Karim Nader (The University of Texas at Austin)
Commentator: Caroline King
11:45–1:30 Lunch
1:30–2:30 “Maternal Metaphors in Symposium: Plato on the relevance of feminine experience to philosophy”
Delaney Thull (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Commentator: Nathan Oakes
2:30–2:45 Break
2:45–3:45 “Grounding the Imperative to Respect Transgender Identities”
Katie Kirkland (Arizona State University)
Commentator: Caleb Dewey
3:45–4:00 Break
4:00–5:30 Keynote Address: “Gender Without Gender Identity: The Case of Cognitive Disability”
Elizabeth Barnes (Professor of Philosophy, University of Virginia)
6:30 Dinner

Sunday, February 9, 2020

9:00–9:30 Breakfast
9:30–10:30 “Communicating Respect: Self-Representation as a Necessary Capability for Democratic Equality”
T.J. Buttgereit (Binghamton University)
Commentator: Andrew Lichter
10:30–10:45 Break
10:45–11:45 “Subordinating Speech and the Authority Problem”
Ali Kaveh Aenehzodaee (The Ohio State University)
Commentator: Aaron Segal
11:45–1:30 Lunch
1:30–2:30 “Does Donor-Conception Violate Human Personhood?”
Olivia Schuman (York University)
Commentator: Luke Golemon
2:30–2:45 Break
2:45–3:45 “Ameliorative Projects in the Philosophy of Gender”
Dee Payton (Rutgers University)
Commentator: Ding
3:45–4:00 Break
4:00–5:30 Keynote Address: “What Obergefell v. Hodges Should Have Said”
Connie Rosati (Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona)