Relational Autonomy and Collective Intentionality
October 28-29, 2022
University Center, Fountain View Room
The concept of relational autonomy, as it has been developed in feminist and critical theory contexts, is based on the idea that individuals are socially embedded and that their identities are formed in social relationships and shaped in the complexity of intersecting social factors, such as race, class and gender. At 40th Annual Spindel Conference will explore connections between relational autonomy, intersubjective recognition, and the practices of institutions or collectives and how they can enhance or undermine autonomy.
Speakers and participants:
The conference is free and open to the public. For questions about accessibility please contact Professor Shaun Gallagher at firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests should be made as soon as possible.