Feminist Pragmatism in Place Colloquium
*The University of Dayton*
*October 19-20, 2012 *
This colloquium will address feminist pragmatist approaches to place, broadly construed, including natural and built environments, and spaces of exclusion and belonging in historical and contemporary contexts.
Lisa Heldke, author of *Exotic Appetites: Ruminations of a Food Adventurer* and Professor of Philosophy at Gustavus Adolphus College, will speak on "Urban Farmers and Rural Cosmopolitans? Pragmatist Musings on Contemporary Food Movements"
Louise W. Knight, author of *Citizen: Jane Addams and the Struggle for Democracy* and *Jane Addams: Spirit in Action,* Visiting Scholar, Northwestern University Gender Studies Program and School of Communication, will speak on "Reading Addams's Rhetoric on Social Justice"
Due Date: July 2, 2012** Abstracts will be blind reviewed. Please submit two files, one with the paper/abstract title, your name, and email address, and the other with the abstract of 200 - 400 words of text, without your name or other identifying information. Send to Cynthia King ( *Cynthia.King@notes.udayton.edu*).
For more information please contact the colloquium organizers, Denise James (*Denise.James@notes.udayton.edu*) and Marilyn Fischer *( Fischer@udayton.edu*), of the Department of Philosophy, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio.