Saturday, 21st April
Coffee and Welcome
10.00 – 12.00
Keynote Speaker

Lived spaces and invisible norms: Living and thinking on the margins of philosophy
Alia Al-Saji (McGill University)
12.00 – 13.30
Epistemology, Virtue and the Oppressed

An Empathetically Engaged Approach to Argumentative Exchange
Justin Morris (University of Windsor)

Oppression and Epistemology: Do the Oppressed have Different Intellectual Virtues?
Samudhya Jayasekara (Trent University)

Coffee Break
15:15 –    16:45
Society, Culture and Morality

Do We Need a Non-liberal Theory of Minority Rights? A-t-on besoin d'une théorie non-libérale du droit des minorités?
Frédérick Armstrong (Université de Montréal)

Moral Responsibility, Social Progress and Cultural Context
Cristina Roadevin (University of Western Ontario)

Coffee Break

Keynote Speaker

Who we are & the examples we use: Implicit bias within and against philosophy
Alexis Shotwell (Laurentian University)
Dinner at  2030 Mackay, GSA Lounge

Sunday , 22nd April
9 : 30
Coffee and Welcome
10: 00 – 12: 15
Implicit Bias, Imagination and Numbers

The Blameworthiness of Implicit Bias
Noel Dominguez (Bard College at Simon’s Rock)

On Finding a Path towards the Other: Moral Imagination
Ezgi Sertler (Loyola University Chicago)

Fair Numbers: what data can and cannot tell us about the underrepresentation of women in philosophy
Yann Benétreau -Dupin (University of Western Ontario)
12: 15 – 13 : 30
13: .30—15: 30
Keynote Speaker
We Know What Works: How to improve Philosophy for
Kathryn Norlock  (Trent University)

Coffee Break
15: 45 – 17: 30
Workshop Roundtable

Followed by informal drinks!