(In Parenthesis) is…. welcome sentence about the project utem consul appetere. Vim et natum salutatus prodesset. Mea probatus reprimique ne, ei ipsum offendit eam, te sanctus propriae assueverit qui. Ut hinc quodsi doctus ius.

An early evening of Cocoa and Film! 13th November, SCR Castle, Durham.

Join us for our first Cocoa party of the year, on 13th November from 4-6pm in Castle SCR. As well as Cocoa (and other beverages), please look forward to a presentation on the project with details about how you can get involved, the reading group, internships, as well...
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Join us in Dublin in May 2018 for the SWIP Ireland AGM!

We are joining SWIP Ireland in May to co-host the SWIP Ireland AGM! The theme is Women in Philosophy: Past, Present and Future. Papers from all approaches and traditions in philosophy including submissions on neglected historical figures, reports of archival visits,...
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Speaker Vulnerability and the Patriarchal University. By Lara Coleman

A Response and Tribute to Pamela Sue Anderson I never quite crossed paths with Pamela Sue Anderson. She returned to Oxford in 2001 to take up a post at my former college the year after I finished my undergraduate studies.[1]  In February 2017, we were both invited to...
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Silencing the Men!

We were delighted to be invited to write for the BroadAgenda. Read our blogpost here.    
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Amber, Anna, and Annie at the Iris Murdoch Society conference

We've just been at the brilliant Iris Murdoch Society Annual Conference. We are so proud of our wonderful women students, Amber, Anna and Annie, who shared their experience and wisdom in the In Parenthesis panel. The audience of academics and Murdoch scholars were so...
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Our Cocoa Parties: A Brief Reflection by Annie McCallian

Annie McCallian, our student research assistant, reflects on the Durham reading group In November 2016, as part of the In Parenthesis project’s aim to uncover the intellectual conditions of the wartime group, several close friends and I endeavoured to establish a...
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