The second BSP Online Course of 2023. Runs over 4 sessions during October led by Julia Mühl-Sawatzki & Daniel Neumann.
“Women in Early Phenomenology: An Introduction to Gerda Walther and Hedwig Conrad-Martius”
BSP Online Course 2023 #2
Course Leaders: Julia Mühl-Sawatzki and Dr. Daniel Neumann (Paderborn University)
Dates: Wednesdays 4th Oct, 11th Oct, 18th Oct, 25th Oct 2023
Time: 5:30-7:00pm (BST)
Location: Online (Zoom)
The aim of this course is to explore some of the lesser-known or even forgotten women in early phenomenology. Many women in early phenomenology were established intellectuals who contributed greatly to the field, yet their contributions and developments remain unacknowledged and overlooked today. In this course, we will examine two distinct early phenomenologists who both studied with Husserl. The course is divided into two parts. The first component focuses on Gerda Walther and will take place in weeks one and two, led by Julia Mühl-Sawatzki. In weeks three and four, Daniel Neumann will lead an exploration of Hedwig Conrad-Martius’ phenomenology of reality. Check out the full scope of the course for more on Walther and Conrad-Martius…
Course Leaders: Julia Mühl-Sawatzki writes her dissertation on Gerda Walther’s concept of social communities and has served as project coordinator of the Center for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists at Paderborn University (Germany). Dr. Daniel Neumann is Research Fellow at the Center for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists at Paderborn University in Germany and has lectured and published on several protagonists of the early phenomenological movement, including Hedwig Conrad-Martius, Check out the full scope of the course for more on our course leaders…
- Four sessions over four weeks, each session 1.5 hours
- For those who cannot attend a week, there will be a video recording available for 7 days
- No course requirements
- Registration closes at midnight Wednesday 27 September 2023, or when all the places are allocated for the course. The course has a limit of 35 participants.
- Small course fees apply with various concessionary rates
For more information see BSP2023OC2: Women in Early Phenomenology: An Introduction to Gerda Walther and Hedwig Conrad-Martius