Click here for photos and abstracts Thursday 1 June 10:00 Welcome: Wollstonecraft in the world Sandrine Bergès (Bilkent). 10:40-11:30 Patrick Fessenbecker (Bilkent) "What do you have to do to get read philosophically? On Wollstonecraft and philosophical readings of the history of philosophy." Respondent Zacharus Gudmunsen. Chair: Banu Helvacioğlu 11:40-12:30 Alan Coffee (KCL) “Wollstonecraft’s Idea of Independence as Relational Social Freedom” Respondent: Bill Wringe Chair: Rina Tzinmann 13:40-14:30: Laura Brace (Leicester) "The Unhappy Marriage of Gender and Slavery: Wives as Slaves, Wives and Slaves" Respondent: Gizem Kavas Chair: Istvan Aranyosi
14:40-15:30 Roberta Wedge "Mary the life, Wollstonecraft the legacy. Engaging with undergrads online and neighbourhood groups on the ground." Chair: Tuğba Sevinç 15:40-16:30 Zübeyde Karadağ Thorpe (Hacettepe)"Turkish Women from Late Ottoman Empire to Early Turkish Republic" Respondent: Saniye Vantansever Chair: Ayşe Çellikol 16:40-18:30 Keynote: Sarah Hutton (York) Becoming a feminist philosopher: Mary Wollstonecraft and the history of philosophy'. Chair: Alan Coffee Friday 2 June 10:40- 11:30 Özlem Duva (Dokuz Eylül) Rethinking Hegemonic Masculinity with Mary Wollstonecraft" Respondent: Sena Yalçın Chair: David Butcher 11:40- 12:30 Burcu Gürkan (Independent scholars) Swimsuits and Chocolate Chip Cookies: Women's Bodies, Self-Knowledge, and Moments of Erasure. Respondent: Mustafa Yıldız Chair: Will Day 13:40-14:30 Saniye Vatansever (Işık and Yediteipe) and Bensu Arican (Bilkent) : Presentation of SWIP-TR 14:40-15:30 Lucas Thorpe (Boğazici): "Is virtue relative? A problem with Wollstonecraft's argument against 'sexual virtues'." Respondent: Sandrine Berges Chair: Heather Yeung 15:40-16:30 Gözde Yıldırım (Boğaziçi) Is Wollstonecraft’s Republican Freedom from Domination Justified? – A Kantian Answer. Respondent: David M. Kovacs Chair:Tuğba Sevinç
16:40 - 18:30 Keynote: Hatice Nur Erkızan (Muğla) The Psychology of Capabilities: A journey from Wollstonecraft to Nussbaum. Chair: Sandrine Berges.
Saturday 3 June
19:30 - 21:00 : debate on Republicanism and the Family at the Holiday Cave Hotel in Göreme, Cappadocia.