Invited Researcher at Maison Suger Stay in France: from January 24th to February 28th, 2022
Published at 28 January 2022
Lisa Shapiro is a professor of philosophy at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada. She is editor and translator of Correspondence of Princess Elisabeth of Bohemia and René Descartes (Chicago 2007), co-editor of Emotions and Cognitive Life in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy (Oxford 2013), editor of Pleasure: A History (Oxford, 2018) and most recently co-editor of Early Modern Philosophy: An Anthology (Broadview 2021), which opens up the possibility of including women philosophers in history of modern philosophy courses. She is the PI of the Extending New Narratives Partnership, an international funding project of SSHRC.
The philosophy of the mind and the education of women in the seventeenth century.
Lisa Shapiro's current research focuses in particular on the place of women in the history of philosophy and the way in which the philosophical canon is constituted and therefore how the philosophical canon can change.
Modern day philosophy, feminism and philosophy, philosophy of mind (perception and emotions), moral psychology, philosophy of identity
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