Developing a gender lens for Research Ethics in Central Asia
Almira Tabaeva (Nazarbayev University)

part of: 2023 Feminist Ethics and Social Theory (FEAST) Conference
October 20, 2023, 9:00am - 9:30am

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University of Oklahoma
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Universität Hamburg


The 2023 conference of the Association for Feminist Ethics and Social Theory (FEAST) will take place Oct 20 through 22, 2023 online-only.

The theme for the conference is South Asian/Diaspora Feminist Discourse.

This year’s conference also intends to honor the work of Saba Mahmood.

Saba Mahmood’s work on understanding the role of religion in public life, modernity, and secularism helped theorists to question colonial assumptions about religion and the secular. She forged new ways of understanding agency, feminism, relational subjectivity, and religious freedom. Her impact was felt across a vast array of disciplines, including philosophy, anthropology, critical theory, feminist theory, history, religious studies, and political science.

While the theme centers around South Asian/diaspora feminist discourse, papers will also address other topics related to feminist philosophy / feminist ethics / feminist epistemology / feminist political theory and oppression theory.

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