The Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW) and Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) invite PhD students, postdocs and other researchers in all domains of philosophy to register for the master class Digital Humanities, Social Epistemology, and Virtue Theory in a Post-Truth Society, to take place 14-15 December 2017. Sending in an abstract to present … Continue reading Registration Open for Masterclass on Digital Humanities
There are still a few places available for the upcoming OZSW Master class on Feminist Theory – Ethics in the Anthropocene to take place from June 13-14, 2017 and organized by Leiden University and Utrecht University. You can register up to and including Monday May 29. For more information and the registration form, please visit … Continue reading Last Change to Register: Master Class on Feminist Theory
Dear all, The Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW) and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam invite all to register for the annual Dutch-Flemish Day of Philosophy that will take place in Amsterdam on September 16, 2017. The model for the event is the so-called ‘Science Slam’, where research reporting and storytelling go hand in hand. We … Continue reading 37th Dutch-Flemish Day of Philosophy
Dear all, The Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW) and the University of Amsterdam (UvA) invite PhD students in philosophy to register for the OZSW autumn school on “Migration, Borders, and Citizenship”, taking place October 26-30, 2017. The autumn school will take place at the University of Amsterdam. Participants in this 4-day autumn school will … Continue reading Autumn School: Migration, Borders, and Citizenship
The Nederlandse Onderzoeksschool Wijsbegeerte (OZSW) invites abstracts for its 5th Annual OZSW Conference in Philosophy 10-11 November 2017 @ Utrecht University * * * Deadline for submission of abstracts or symposium proposals: July 15, 2017 Abstracts and symposium proposals may be submitted on-line: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ozsw2017 * * * The Nederlandse Onderzoeksschool Wijsbegeerte (OZSW), or the Dutch … Continue reading Call for Abstracts 5th Annual OZSW Conference
The 2016 Annual Report of the OZSW is now available. Read the summary in this news item. Summary The Dutch Research School of Philosophy (Onderzoekschool Wijsbegeerte – OZSW) is the collaborative enterprise of the philosophy departments and faculties of eleven Dutch universities. Its general purpose is to strengthen the discipline of academic philosophy by (1) … Continue reading OZSW Annual Report 2016 Now Available
The OZSW congratulates OZSW phd-member Marjolein Lanzing with winning the IkSchrijf Essay contest! Marjolein is a PhD candidate at Eindhoven University of Technology, Philosophy and Ethics, School of Innovation Sciences. She won the first prize in the IkSchrijf essay contest with her controversial essay ‘De Vrouw en de Stofzuiger’ (The Woman and the Vacuum Cleaner) … Continue reading Marjolein Lanzing wins IkSchrijf Essay Contest!
Dear all, We are happy to announce a masterclass on feminist theory, which will take place June 13-14 at Leiden and Utrecht Universities. The masterclass is a high-level course aimed at advanced Research MA and PhD students whose research relates to themes such as ethics in the Anthropocene, (feminist) posthumanisms, Foucauldian feminisms, feminist (new) materialism, … Continue reading Masterclass on Feminist Theory
Dear OZSW members, What is lost when we sever philosophy and its history into opposing camps? Or does it actually help our understanding to classify authors as analytical versus continental, rationalist rather than empiricist, realists and nominalists, Aristotelians and Platonists? What conception of philosophy lies behind such oppositions? The program of the two-day course “Mind … Continue reading Programme of “Mind the Gap: (In)famous Oppositions in the History of Philosophy”
Dear OZSW members, The Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW), the PhD Council of the OZSW invites you to a brief workshop on ”Philosophical Reflections on Technological Dystopia” on May 17th 2017, 13:00-17:00 at De Villa in Nijmegen. Registrations and more information can be found here.