Bahá'í Chair for World Peace Lecture: Experiencing Men's World - Professor Manon Garcia
- Adele H. Stamp Student Union, and Online
Experiencing men’s world
Feminisms are multiple yet all of them have in common to conceive of society as being organized by what is called “gender.” This gendered social organization entails that women and men are educated, incentivized, and asked to behave differently from each other. As a consequence, women’s experiences are deeply shaped by gender hierarchies and in many ways differ from men’s experiences. One of the commitments of the philosophy is to seek to analyze human lived experience yet only a few philosophers have endeavored to study how gender hierarchies shape women’s experiences. This talk will aim to shed light on this phenomenon through a philosophical analysis of submission and (sexual) consent.
Manon Garcia teaches philosophy at the Free University in Berlin. Trained as a philosopher in France, she taught philosophy at the University of Chicago, Harvard, and Yale, before moving to Berlin. She is a Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows and the author of We Are Not Born Submissive: How Patriarchy Shapes Women’s Lives (Princeton UP, 2021). La Conversation des sexes, her second book, received the award of the best philosophy book published in France in 2022.
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This lecture will be held both in-person and online.
In-person, Prince George's Room, Stamp Student Union, University of Maryland College Park - Masks Required
Online: Register via zoom at: https://umd.zoom.us/webinar/re...