The Kenneth Mark Drain Chair in Ethics at Trent University

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Thursday, October 10, 2013

CSWIP at Trent University



THURSDAY, OCT.24
4 pm to 5:45: Welcome Reception and Registration (Gzowski - 1st floor) (A buffet of light food and beverages is free for all. Enjoy our local fare!)
6 pm to 7:30: First session (Room: Gzowski 108). Chair: Cathy Maloney (University of Toronto)
            Karen Robertson (Trent University), “The Inconspicuous Consumption of Care: Heidegger, Hochschild and Affective Life”
            Erinn Gilson (University of North Florida), “Feminist Ethics of Food and Vulnerability”

 FRIDAY, OCT.25
8:30 am to 10 am: Welcome and Registration, light refreshments and beverages provided
9 am to 10:30: Second session (Room: Gzowski 108).  Chair: Kristin Rodier (University of Alberta)
Barrett Emerick (St. Mary's College of Maryland), “On Not Turning Away from Hurt”
Christine Esselmont (Queen's University), “A Taste for Blame?”

10:45 am to 12:15: Third session (Room: Gzowski 108).  Chair: Jane Dryden        (Mount Allison University).
Annaleigh E. Curtis   (University of Colorado, Boulder), “Implicit Bias, Moral Autonomy, and Deference”
Samantha Brennan (Western University) and Kristin Rodier (University of Alberta), “Fat Stigma and Implicit Bias in the Philosophy Classroom”

12:30 pm to 2 pm: Lunch for registered participants at Gzowski Dining Hall.  See student helpers at the Registration Desk if you need directions or assistance.

2:15 pm to 3:45 pm: Fourth session  (Room: Gzowski 108).  Chair: Christine Koggel (Carleton University).
Serena Parekh (Northeastern University), “The Ethics of Care and Global Responsibility for Refugees”
Jennifer Szende (Post-doctoral Fellow, CREUM, Université de Montréal), “Food Deserts, Justice, and the Distributive Paradigm”

3:45 pm to 4:15 pm, break in the “Red Light District,” first floor of Gzowski Hall

4:15 pm to 5:45 pm: Fifth session (Room: Gzowski 108).  Chair: Annaleigh E. Curtis        (University of Colorado, Boulder).
Meredith Schwartz and Khadija Coxon (Ryerson University, The Stop), “Helping the Hungry: Respect, Food Banks, and The Stop”
Lindsey Porter (Lancaster University), “Are Vegetarians Picky Eaters? (And Does it Matter?)”

6 pm to 7:45 pm: Dinner for registered participants at Gzowski Dining Hall.  See student helpers at the Registration Desk if you need directions or assistance.

8 pm: Keynote Address.      Room: Gzowski 115.  Note location change for Reception, at the Ceilie in Champlain College.

Food Insecurity:
Dieting as Ideology, as Oppression, and as Privilege
Tracy Isaacs
Professor, Departments of Philosophy / Women's Studies
and Feminist Research, Western University
All welcome!

Reception follows in the Ceilie, Champlain College.
Refreshments and cash bar available.

For assistance and directions, see the student helpers at the Registration Desk.


SATURDAY, OCT.26 -- 8:30 am to 10 am: Welcome and Registration, light refreshments and beverages provided
9 am to 10:30: Sixth session. Room: Gzowski 112. Chair: Serena Parekh (Northeastern University)
      Glenn Kuehn (UW-Marshfield/Wood County), “Cooking Transformations:  Discomforted Selves Cooking with Love”
Susan Dieleman (Dalhousie University), “Urban Homesteading, the Idyllic Farmer, and Stupid Knowing”

10:45 am to 12:15: Seventh session. Room: Gzowski 112.  Chair: Barrett Emerick (St. Mary’s College of Maryland)
      Katharina Paxman (University of Antwerp), “Hume and the Evolution of Appetite”
Letitia Meynell (Dalhousie University), “Engendering Animals”

12:30 pm to 2:15 pm: Lunch.  All are welcome at the Gzowski Dining Hall.  Those attending the CSWIP Annual General Meeting convene at the Alumni House, Champlain College.
2:30 to 4 pm: Eighth session. Room: Gzowski 108.  Chair: Samantha Brennan (Western University).
      Jacqueline M. Davies and "Lila" (Queen's University), “Recovering Agency and Ethical Well-Being in Discourses about Anorexia and its Treatment”
Samantha Copeland (Dalhousie University), “Desiring Discovery: the sagacity of serendipity”

4:15 to 5:45 pm: Final session. Room: Gzowski 112.  Chair: Karen Robertson (Trent University).
      Jane Dryden  (Mount Allison University), “The Joy of Asparagus: Incorporating the Other in Hegel”
Emily Douglas (University of Alberta), winner of the CSWIP 2013 Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Paper, “Eat or Be Eaten: Women as Food”


Acknowledgements

Thanks to the following organizations and donors for
making CSWIP 2013 possible!

*          Trent University, especially the Philosophy Department, Lady Eaton College, Gzowski College, Champlain College, Conferences and catering staff
*          Trent Philosophy Society, outreach coordinator Rob Childers, and student registration desk staff
*          The Kenneth Mark Drain Chair in Ethics Trust
*          The Drain and Patterson families
*          The CSWIP Graduate Award Committee: Cressida Heyes (chair), Alice MacLachlan, and Hasana Sharp
*          CSWIP Review Coordinator Cathy Maloney
*          And all our referees for their diligent, responsive, and speedy work to peer-review submissions to CSWIP.
*          Special thanks to Kathy Fife, Philosophy Department secretary, without whom nothing would be accomplished.