2023 Graduate Philosophy Conference

The Ohio State University chapter of Minorities and Philosophy is excited to announce our inaugural graduate philosophy conference:


Injustice and its Emotions

May 5-6, 2023
Ohio State University
Columbus, OH
with keynote address by Dr. Meena Krishnamurthy (Associate Professor of Philosophy, Queen’s University). 


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Friday, May 5, 2023

8:00-8:55am Greetings and Continental Breakfast

9:00-9:50am Session 1 “Gender Identity as Narrative, Gender as Genre" Jake Beardsley, The Ohio State University

10:00-10:50am Session 2 “Psychological Facts and Blame” Anand Ekbote, The Ohio State University

11:00-11:50am Session 3 “A Kantian Account of Aesthetically Sublime Rage” Martina Favaretto, Indiana University, Bloomington

12:00-1:20pm Lunch in Gluck Library

1:30-2:20pm Session 4 “Righteous Indignation and Radical Love: An Analysis of Anger in Social Justice” Brant Entrekin, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

3:30-5:30pm Keynote Address: "Martin Luther King Jr. on Fear and Fearlessness" Dr. Meena Krishnamurthy, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Queen’s University

7:00 Conference Dinner


Saturday, May 6, 2023

9:00-9:55am Continental Breakfast

10:00-10:50am Session 5 “Injustice, Marked Embodiment, and Gender: A Case Study of Period Shaming in Iran” Shadi Heidarifar, University of Florida

11:00-11:50am Session 6 “Madness” Erica Bigelow, University of Washington

Afternoon outing to Franklin Park Conservatory


We are grateful to the Center for Ethics and Human Values at Ohio State for their generous support.