Epistemic Injustice: 29-30 Mar 2022 (with videos)

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Epistemic Injustice Conference

Live in Johannesburg and Online Zoom Conference – Funded by Newton Advanced Fellowship

African Centre for Epistemology and Philosophy of Science (ACEPS)
Department of Philosophy, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
10am-6pm 29–30 March 2022


The keynote will be Professor José Medina (Northwestern University).

This is the fourth of five events, funded by a Newton Advanced Fellowship on Epistemic Injustice, Reasons, and Agency, pursued in collaboration with the University of Kent.

About the project: https://epistemic-injustice-reasons-agency.weebly.com/

Epistemic Injustice Abstracts

Epistemic Injustice Video Recordings

PROGRAMME (All times are SAST=GMT+2)

Tuesday
29 March 2022

10:00-10:40

Hugh Robertson-Ritchie (University of Kent) ‘Reasons and Agency
in Injustices Suffered by Patients with CFS/ME’ (Online)

10:50-11:30

Balamohan Shingade (University of Auckland) ‘Hermeneutical Injustice
in the Context of Settler Colonialism’ (Online)

Coffee

11:50-12:30

Abraham Tobi (University of Johannesburg) ‘Epistemic Injustice in
Social Networking Platforms’ (Live)

12:40-13:20

Kerstin Reibold (University of Potsdam) ‘Who Needs To Tell the
Truth?’ (Online)

Lunch

14:00-14:40

Elliot Porter (University of Kent) ‘Answerability and Self-Answerability in Mania: from Responsibility to Reconciliation’ (Online)

14:50-15:30

Jules Salomone-Sehr & Camille Ternier (McGill University) ‘Know-how Dismissal’ (Online)

Coffee

15:50-16:30

Amandine Catala (University of Quebec at Montreal) ‘Decolonizing
Epistemic Power: Epistemic Injustice, Political Equality, and Colonial Memory’ (Online)

16:40-17:20

Milan Ney (CUNY) ‘Metaphors and Hermeneutical Resistance’ (Online)

Wednesday
30 March 2022

10:00-10:40

Olerato Mogomotsi (University of Cape Town) ‘Imposter Syndrome and Epistemic Injustice’ (Live)

10:50-11:30

Gloria Mähringer (LMU) ‘Justificatory Injustices: Inequality in the access to justificatory reasons’ (Online)

Coffee

11:50-12:30

Andrew Akpan (University of Johannesburg) ‘How Algorithms further epistemic injustice’ (Live)

12:40-13:20

Isabel Kaeslin (University of Fribourg) ‘Attention and Hermeneutic Gaps and Distortions’ (Online)

Lunch

14:00-15:30

Keynote:
José Medina (Northwestern) ‘Protesting under Conditions of Epistemic Injustice’ (Live)

Coffee

15:50-16:30

Gilles Beauchamp (McGill) ‘Post-Christian ignorance – Hermeneutical injustice in secular society’ (Online)

16:40-17:20

Micol Bez (Northwestern University / Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris (ENS) – Institut Jean-Nicod) ‘With a little help from my friends’ (Online)