Interviews of Disabled Philosophers
Shelley Tremain (Toronto) is launching a series of interviews of disabled philosophers which will be posted at the website, Discrimination and Disadvantage. If you would like to be interviewed for the series, or would like to suggest someone for it, please email Professor Tremain. She provides some details:
Beginning on April 15, join me at the Discrimination and Disadvantage blog on the third Wednesday of every month for “Dialogues on Disability,” an exciting new series of interviews I will conduct with disabled philosophers in a variety of positions and situations vis-à-vis philosophy: students and faculty, untenured and tenured, unaffiliated and affiliated. Read the interviews and learn about the philosophy that these philosophers write and why they write it, how they do philosophy and why they do it, their efforts to improve the climate of philosophy, the forms of institutional and personal prejudice that they confront, the future of philosophy of disability, and much, much more! If you would like to nominate someone to be interviewed (including yourself!), please feel free to write me at [email protected].
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