Workshop on Wollstonecraft and Domination

Workshop to be held in the Department of Politics and International Relations on Wednesday 3rd December.

This workshop will bring together four scholars working on the ideas of Mary Wollstonecraft from different perspectives, but with some common themes. Join us for a conversation about republicanism, autonomy, citizenship, cosmopolitanism, humanity, suffering and slavery informed by the ideas of this exciting, radical and always challenging thinker.

  • Alan Coffee, King’s College London
    'Wollstonecraft and domination’
  • Ros Hague, Nottingham Trent University
    ‘The being who discharges the duties of its station is independent’ : autonomy and citizenship in the work of Mary Wollstonecraft’
  • Ashley Dodsworth, University of Leicester
    Letters and Reveries: Wollstonecraft and Rousseau on Hospitality in Nature’
  • Laura Brace, University of Leicester
    ‘Wollstonecraft and the properties of (anti)slavery’

The seminar will take place on Wednesday 3rd December, 3pm – 5.30pm, in Ogden Lewis Seminar room 3.

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