Arizona Feminist Philosophy Graduate Conference

2021 Conference Program

NB: Tucson does not observe Daylight Saving Time. All times listed below are in Mountain Standard Time (MST), which is not the same as Mountain Time (MT) or Mountain Daylight Time (MDT)!

Saturday, May 1, 2021

9:00–10:00 “Nonbinary Russians: The Excluded by Robin Dembroff’s Account of Genderqueer”
Anastasiia D. Grigoreva (Georgia State University)
Commentator: Ding
10:00–10:30 Break
10:30–11:30 “An Adaptive Preference for Fatness: A Concern for Health or an Epistemic Injustice?”
Kayla Mehl-Hutchinson (University of Washington)
Commentator: Caroline King
11:30–12:30 Lunch
12:30–1:30 “Believing Women”
Moya Mapps (Yale University)
Commentator: Rhys Borchert
1:30–2:00 Break
2:00–3:15 Keynote Address: “Gloria E. Anzaldúa and Crip Futurity in the Americas”
Andrea Pitts
(Assistant Professor of Philosophy, UNC Charlotte)
3:15 Social Zoom

Sunday, May 2, 2021

9:00–10:00 “Demanding Women’s Gratitude: An Analysis of Affective Injustice”
RJ Krabbendam (Tilburg University)
Commentator: Max Kramer
10:00–10:30 Break
10:30–11:30 “Self-Defense, Domestic Violence, and the Conservative/Libertarian State”
Audrey Powers (Rutgers University)
Commentator: Will Schumacher
11:30–12:30 Lunch
12:30–1:30 “On Working the Root: Black Feminism, Hoodoo Love Rituals, and Practices of Freedom”
Taylor Tate (University of Connecticut)
Commentator: Ritwik Agrawal
1:30–2:00 Break
2:00–3:15 Keynote Address: “Liberal Feminism, Ideology, and the Subject Matter of Justice”
Gina Schouten
(Associate Professor of Philosophy, Harvard Philosophy)