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 in 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.
Presentations are open to all and are made monthly by invited female faculty and students selected from paper calls. Papers are submitted to and read by the group in advance of presentations. Presentations comprise a short (5-10 min.) summary of the paper followed by a lively, informal workshop discussion driven by questions and comments from the group. Each year SWIP-Analytic will award the SWIP-Analytic Essay Prize to the best student paper. The winner will be invited to present at our final meeting in May.
SWIP-Analytic was founded Fall 2013 by PhD students Chloe Cooper Jones (CUNY), Zoe Jenkin (CUNY), Marilynn Johnson (CUNY), and Katherine Tullmann (CUNY).
SWIP-Analytic is made possible through the generous support of NYU’s New York Institute of Philosophy, The CUNY Graduate Center Office of the Provost, The CUNY Graduate Center Office of the President, The John H. Kornblith Family Chair, and The CUNY Graduate Center Department of Philosophy.
SWIP-Analytic events are free and open to the public (men and women).Our organization understands “woman” to mean anyone who identifies as such.