Modelling Oppressive Speech/Norms and Social Meaning
Trajekte Room, 3rd floor
- Society for Applied Philosophy
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Modelling Oppressive Speech/Norms & Social Meaning
Oppressive speech harms its targets. The rise of hate speech in social media and politics vividly illustrates this. This workshop will study how oppressive speech harms. Topics include: the mechanisms through which oppressive utterance causes harm; how oppressive speech shifts norms; what motivates speakers to use such speech; why others comply with the resulting harmful norms; and what needs to change to eradicate these harmful norms. We also focus on relevant aspects of social meaning such as intra-speaker variation, e.g. that oppressive language has different effects depending on who the speaker and hearer are (in-group vs. out-group, etc.).
- Stephen Barker (University of Nottingham)
- David Beaver (University of Texas at Austin)
- Anton Benz (ZAS-Berlin)
- Laura Caponetto (Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan)
- Christoph Hesse (ZAS-Berlin)
- Robin Jeshion (University Southern California)
- Elin McCready (Aoyama Gakuin University)
- Mary Kate McGowan (Wellesley College)
- David Pietraszewski (Max Plank Institute, Berlin)
- Mihaela Popa-Wyatt (ZAS-Berlin)
- Uli Sauerland (ZAS-Berlin)
- Stephanie Solt (ZAS-Berlin)
- Lynne Tirrell (University of Connecticut)
- Julia Zakkou (Freie Universität Berlin)
Mihaela Popa-Wyatt, Anton Benz, Stephanie Solt
Source project: the Marie Scklowdoska-Curie Action "How Language is Used to Oppress" (HaLO). This event is sponsored by the Society for Applied Philosophy, DFG, XPrag, MSCA-HaLO. We gratefully acknowledge their support.
For more information about the schedule, abstracts, poster, please follow updates on the workshop website https://www.leibniz-zas.de/de/das-zas/veranstaltungen/details/events/5946-modelling-oppressive-speechnorms-a/.
Attendance is free, for logistic reasons please register on Eveeno https://eveeno.com/148616841 by 9 March.
March 1, 2020, 11:00pm CET
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