Women's Suffrage - 100 Years Later

February 22, 2020
Philosophy Department, Mercer University

1501 Mercer University Drive
Macon 31207
United States

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Conference Theme:

Women’s Suffrage – 100 Years Later

We welcome papers that engage the theme in any of a wide variety of ways. This theme opens up a number of possible topics, especially in political philosophy, feminist philosophy, and gender studies including, but not limited to:

  • Gender or sexuality issues, e.g.: persistent problems of gender or sexuality inequality and subordination, or intersections among gender, sexuality, and other identities.
  • Voting rights and access, e.g: current debates about voter registration or about the disenfranchisement of groups such as immigrants and ex-felons
  • Democracy in general, e.g.: democratic vs. other forms of government; the ethics of representative government; the duty to be informed.

We encourage original philosophical approaches to the theme.

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February 12, 2020, 12:00pm CST

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