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Bergen Network for Women in Philosophy

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The Bergen Network for Women in Philosophy (BNWP) aims to increase the proportion of women studying and working in philosophy. The network was established to counterbalance the overwhelming number of men dominating the discipline. The proportion of women faculty members in permanent positions is 13%. Women are also clearly underrepresented at both graduate and undergraduate levels of study. Experience shows that men have greater access to informal professional social fora than women and that women, for various reasons, can feel excluded from these. One of the network’s central tasks is working to increase the proportion of women in philosophy at all levels, both amongst students and faculty members. Each semester the network arranges a lecture series open to everyone. A yearly conference is arranged, but for network members only. Other activities are arranged on an ongoing basis.

BNWP
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Jan 17

Graduate Workshop and Symposium in "Imagination, Society, and Culture"

The Bergen Network for Women in Philosophy (BNWP) at the University of Bergen, Norway (UiB) will be hosting its first graduate student workshop and symposium from January 17th - 19th, 2019.

Seminar
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Feb 12

'Texts: A case study of joint action'

Nivedita Gangopadhyay is the first lecturer this spring at The Bergen Network for Women in Philosophy's (BNWP or BNKF in Norwegian) regular seminars.