Last-minute reminder: Cfa – Dominating Speech

Conference at UConn, November 21-23

Keynotes: Jason Stanley (Yale)
 Ishani Maitra (Michigan) Richard Wilson (UConn)

The Injustice League in the Philosophy Department at the University of Connecticut seeks abstracts on topics related to the conference theme. Suggested topics include: hate speech, slurs, propaganda, slut-shaming, bragging, and gossip.
We seek philosophical work from a variety of subfields, including: ethics, political philosophy, social philosophy, philosophy of language, epistemology (e.g. epistemic injustice), feminist philosophy, philosophy of law, and philosophy of race.
Please send abstracts of 750 – 1000 words, prepared for blind-review, to our graduate student project assistant, by September 22th, 2014. Please put “DS Submission” in the subject line of the email. Decisions will be made shortly thereafter.
If you have any questions pertaining to the conference, please email:
Papers resulting from the conference will be strongly considered for publication in a special volume of Social Theory and Practice focused on the conference theme, guest edited by Hallie Liberto.