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国外马克思主义女权主义理论发展与创新研讨会第二轮通知
发布时间:2012-10-15 点击:

    为促进国外马克思主义的研究与交流,推进对国外马克思主义女权主义的理论发展及其前沿问题的探讨,华南师范大学政治与行政学院将与中山大学社会科学教育学院、中国社科院哲学所马哲史研究室共同举办“国外马克思主义女权主义的理论发展与创新”研讨会。
    热烈欢迎全国从事国外马克思主义女权主义研究的专家、学者到会。会议期间,在华访学的美国马克思主义女权主义理论专家将参与研讨。
    会议举办时间:2012年11月13——15日 (11月12日到 华师粤海酒店报到)
    会议举办地点:华南师范大学(广州  石牌校区)
    研讨会不收会务费,参会人员的住宿费和差旅费自理。
    参会专家、学者请尽早提交会议回执。向研讨会提交的论文(6000字左右)请尽快发电子版到wanghw@scnu.edu.cn  maogh181@126.com, 联系人:茅根红、丁节,联系电话:13250304622, 13560482429.

                                                                                华南师范大学政治与行政学院
                                                                                          2012年9月22日

附:研讨会论文参考题
1.论国外马克思主义女权主义的历史演进与当前的理论创新
2.对恩格斯《家庭、私有制和国家的起源》一著的研究
3.波伏娃及其《第二性》对马克思主义女权主义创立的意义
4.女权运动第二次浪潮中马克思主义女权主义的理论建树及其历史局限研究
5.马克思主义女权主义与社会主义女权主义、唯物主义女权主义的关系研究
6.论后学语境下马克思主义女权主义的理论转换与创新
7.马克思主义视域与茱莉亚•巴特勒的后学思想研究
8.尚塔尔•墨菲及其激进政治哲学研究
9.对斯皮瓦克《读德里达之后读马克思》一文的研究 
10.艾瑞斯•扬(Iris Marion Young)的女权主义理论研究
11.法兰克福学派的批判女性主义及其新发展
12.论马克思主义女权主义对马克思主义当代发展的意义
13.论马克思主义女权主义理论创新的中国意义

参会美国学者简介:

Amy Allen
Department of Philosophy
Dartmouth College
6035 Thornton Hall
Hanover, NH 03755
(603) 646-2827
Amy.R.Allen@dartmouth.edu
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~aallen
Education:
Ph.D., philosophy, Northwestern University, 1996
M.A., philosophy, Northwestern University, 1994
B.A., philosophy, Miami University (OH), 1992, with honors, Phi Beta Kappa
Publications:
I. Books:
The Politics of Our Selves: Power, Autonomy, and Gender in Contemporary Critical
Theory (New York: Columbia University Press, 2008).
Reviewed in: Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, Journal of Speculative Philosophy,Foucault Studies, Synthese: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy, Hypatia:Journal of Feminist Philosophy, Journal of Power, Philosophische Rundschau,European Journal of Philosophy, Metaphilosophy, and APA Newsletter on Feminism andPhilosophy.
Author Meets Critics Sessions at: Critical Theory Roundtable (October 2010, DuquesneUniversity), Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP)
(November 2010, McGill/Universite de Montreal), Sydney Political Theory Workshop(December 2011, University of Sydney/University of Western Sydney)
Book discussion by three critics with reply, in Current Perspectives in Social Theory, ed.
Harry Dahms (Emerald Books, 2011). Papers by Colin Koopman, Christopher Zurn, andJohanna Meehan.
Book discussion by two critics with reply, forthcoming in Philosophy and Social
Criticism. Papers by Cressida Heyes and Giovanna Borradori.
Book discussion by four critics with reply, forthcoming in Critical Horizons. Papers byMoira Gatens, Nikolas Kompridis, Paul Patton and Allison Weir.
Bulgarian translation (forthcoming).
The Power of Feminist Theory: Domination, Resistance, Solidarity (Boulder, CO: WestviewPress, 1999).
Reviewed in APA Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy, Philosophy and SocialCriticism, Ethics, Hypatia: Journal of Feminist Philosophy, and Metaphilosophy
II. Edited Books/Journal Issues:
Hannah Arendt, Volume for International Library of Essays in the History of Social and PoliticalThought (Ashgate Press, 2008).
The Philosophy of Hannah Arendt, Special Issue of International Journal of PhilosophicalStudies 10:2 (May 2002).
III. Articles in Refereed Journals:
“Gender, Power and Reason: Feminism and Critical Theory,” Philosophy Compass (underreview).
“The Unforced Force of the Better Argument: Reason and Power in Habermas’s PoliticalTheory,” forthcoming in Constellations.
“The Power of Disclosure: Comments on Nikolas Kompridis’ Critique and Disclosure,”Philosophy and Social Criticism 37: 9 (November 2011): 1025-1032.
“Foucault and the Politics of Our Selves” History of the Human Sciences 24: 4 (October 2011):43-60.
“Recognizing Domination: Recognition and Power in Honneth’s Social Theory,” Journal ofPower 3: 1 (April 2010): 21-32.
Reprinted in: Power and Politics, ed. Mark Haugaard and Stewart Clegg (London: Sage,2012)
“Feminism and the Politics of Our Selves,” Critique and Humanism (Bulgarian) 30: 6 (2009):51-66. English edition (2010).
“Discourse, Power, and Subjectivation: The Foucault/Habermas Debate Reconsidered,” ThePhilosophical Forum 40: 1 (Spring 2009): 1-28.
“Power and the Politics of Difference: Oppression, Empowerment, and Transnational Justice,”Hypatia: Journal of Feminist Philosophy 23: 3 (2008): 156-172.
“Rationalizing Oppression,” Journal of Power 1: 1 (Spring 2008): 51-65.
“Justice and Reconciliation: The Death of the Prison?” Human Studies 30 (2007): 311-321.
“Systematically Distorted Subjectivity? Habermas and the Critique of Power,” Philosophy andSocial Criticism 33: 5 (July 2007): 641-650.
“Dependency, Subordination, and Recognition: On Judith Butler’s Theory of Subjection,”Continental Philosophy Review 38: 3-4 (October 2005): 199-222.
“Foucault and the Enlightenment: A Critical Reappraisal,” Constellations 10: 2 (June 2003):180-198.
“Power, Subjectivity, and Agency: Between Arendt and Foucault,” International Journal ofPhilosophical Studies 10:2 (May 2002): 131-149.
“Pornography and Power,” Journal of Social Philosophy 32: 4 (Winter 2001): 512-531.

 

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