SWIP-Analytic’s session, “Women in Philosophy: Publishing, Jobs, & Fitting In” will begin with an informal roundtable featuring Jessica Gordon-Roth (Lehman) and SWIP-Analytic Organizers Lisa Miracchi (NYU/Penn) and Katie Tullmann (CUNY). They will discuss work habits, publishing, and job searches, among other things. Marilynn Johnson (CUNY) will moderate. This will be followed by a presentation by Clinical Psychologist Alice Mangan of the Wellness Center on Imposter Syndrome.
Gordon-Roth is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Lehman College, CUNY. She received her PhD in 2012 from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her “Catharine Trotter Cockburn’s Defense of Locke” is forthcoming in The Monist (2015).
Miracchi is currently a Bersoff Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow of Philosophy at NYU and begins her tenure-track position at Penn Fall 2015. She received her PhD from Rutgers in 2014. Her “Competence to Know” was published in Philosophical Studies (2014).
Tullmann is currently on the job market as a PhD Candidate in Philosophy at the Graduate Center, CUNY with an expected graduation date of Spring 2015. She has articles in preparation for Mind (with Wesley Buckwalter) and Inquiry.
All attendees are invited to join us to continue conversations over 3:15 afternoon tea at Measure (400 5th Avenue at 36th) following the presentation. RSVP for tea is required by November 10th. RSVP here.
Professor Laura Franklin-Hall (NYU) will present at SWIP-Analytic Spring 2015. Her presentation is tentatively titled “Natural Kinds as Categorical Bottlenecks.”
Professor Susanna Siegel (Harvard) will present at SWIP-Analytic Spring 2015.
SWIP-Analytic will be hosting a session at the Hypatia conference, Exploring Collaborative Contestations, Villanova University, May 28-30, 2015. The event will be held in conjunction with the APA Committee on the Status of Women Diversity Conference. Details of our session will be announced by January 2015. View the event CFP here.
Everyone (men & women, philosophers & non-philosophers) is welcome at our public events. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss possible accessibility accommodations if needed.
SWIP-Analytic is a branch of the New York Society for Women in Philosophy dedicated to providing a forum for women in the New York area working on language, mind, metaphysics, logic, ethics, epistemology, and philosophy of science. It strives to continue NYSWIP’s commitment to being resource for all women in philosophy in the New York area.