CROATIA LIBORI SUMMER SCHOOL 2022
Women in the History of Philosophy – Challenging the Canon
Zadar, 11 – 14 July 2022

Program

MONDAY, 11.07.2022

Welcome and opening
Jure Zovko, University of Zadar
Ruth Hagengruber, University of Paderborn
Luka Boršić, Institute of Philosophy


What can Sappho and Günderrode tell us about the meaning of philosophy?
Chelsea C. Harry, Southern Connecticut State University, USA

Renaissance women philosophers on the periphery
Luka Boršić, Research Centre for Women in Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Croatia

Female Daoist Critique: Cognitive Traps and Embodied Intellectual Virtues
Robin Wang, Loyola Marymount University, USA



TUESDAY, 12.07.2022

Émilie du Châtelet and Kant
Ruth Hagengruber, Center for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists, Paderborn University, Germany

Émilie du Châtelet and Descartes
Jil Muller, Center for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists, Paderborn University, Germany



WEDNESDAY, 13.07.2022

Influence of Women on German Early Romanticism
Jure Zovko, University of Zadar

Anne Conway’s philosophical system and her independence of thought
Marie-Élise Zovko, Institute of Philosophy, Croatia

Women pragmatist philosophers
Núria Sara Boronat, University of Barcelona, Spain



THURSDAY, 14.07.2022

Women philosophers in Communism
Ivana Skuhala Karasman, Research Centre for Women in Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Croatia

Philosophy and –isms: working through a philosophical anticanon
Ana Maskalan, Research Centre for Women in Philosophy, Institute for Social Research, Croatia

Feminist environmental philosophy
Kateryna Karpenko, Director Gender Studies, Charkiv Medical University, Ukraine


Evening: closing ceremony and social gathering