Registration

We highly encourage everyone to register for the conference (although it is not required for participation).  There is a $10 registration fee, which helps ESWIP fund things like our Distinguished Woman Philosopher Award (and the nice reception that follows the award cememony at the Eastern APA), future conferences, and graduate student travel to IRL (in real life) conferences.

You can use PayPal to register with ESWIP by following this link:

http://www.savannahstate.edu/eswip/2010VirtualConferenceInstructions.shtml


Thanks to Lisa Yount, ESWIP Treasurer, who set up the PayPal link.

To register with the conference website, which you must do in order to be able to comment, please go the “Registration” thread https://easternsocietyforwomeninphilosophy.wordpress.com/2010/04/06/register-to-comment-here/

and post a comment with the following information:

Name, Position, and Institutional Affiliation (if applicable)

Once I approve this comment, you will be permitted to comment freely and without further approval on any post.  I am limiting commenting in this way because ESWIP is a friendly, welcoming, and professional forum, and I want to keep it this way.  I hope that moderating comments in this way will prevent the trolls from spoiling our exchanges.

That said, if some trolling does occur, I ask everyone to please, please, DNFTT (Do Not Feed The Trolls: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_(Internet)).  If you see comments that need moderation, please do bring them to my attention.  Posts which are both offensive and off-topic (i.e., posts not related to the paper or to the ensuing discussion of it) will be deleted.  Clearly offensive an/or ad hominem (or ad feminem!) posts will be “disemvoweled”. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disemvoweling).

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  1. fixed – thank you!

    • Jenny Strandberg
    • April 12th, 2010

    Jenny Strandberg, MA student in philosophy, Stonybrook Manhattan, NY

    • Rita Alfonso
    • April 13th, 2010

    Rita Alfonso, Gender and Women’s Studies/ LGBT Studies, UC Berkeley, CA

    • Paul Breines
    • April 15th, 2010

    Paul Breines
    Associate Professor/History
    Boston College

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