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Die Kolleginnen und Kollegen des Fachs Philosophie

Outgoing Students - Erasmus Partner Universities

Hungary – Budapest

Eötvös Lorand University 
Contact: Prof. Dr. Gábor Boros

Spain – San Sebastian

University of the Basque Country
Contact: Dr. Xabier Insausti Ugarriza

Portugal – Porto

University of Porto
Contact: Prof. Dr. Sofia Miguens

Turkey– Istanbul

Yeditepe University
Contact: Dr. Levent Kavas

Italy – Rome

Roma Tre University
Contact: Prof. Dr. Federica Giardini

Iceland – Reykjavik

University of Iceland
Contact: Prof. Dr. Sigridur Thorgeirsdottir

Outgoing Student - The Paderborn Erasmus Program

The Philosophy program at Paderborn University highly values the international exchange of ideas. For this reason we foster active cooperation with our Erasmus partners both through international teaching activities and student exchange. We offer incoming students a versatile seminar program, ranging from moral and political philosophy, to logic and philosophy of science. The seminars are held in German and English. We also encourage students of Paderborn University to expand their study experience through an Erasmus exchange.

International Students - Presentations in English

Upcoming Presentations:

 t.b.a. shortly

 

Past Presentations:

 

23-25.06.2015 Prof. Dr. Federica Giardini (Rome) 

Feminist Economics Lecture Flyer Photo

17.01.2014     Prof. Dr. Sigridur Thorgeirsdottir (Reykjavik)

Philosophie studieren in Reykjavik Flyer 

28.06.2012     Prof. Dr. Xavier Insausti (San Sebastian) 

Wozu Philosophie? Chronik einer Erfahrung

14.06.2012     Prof. Dr. Gábor Boros (Budapest)

Der Briefwechsel Elisabeths von Böhmen mit Descartes

International Students - Lectures and Seminars in English

Summer Term 2017

Regular Philosophy Classes:

Dr. Maria Anna Robaszkiewicz
Migration and Social Justice

 

Philosophy Classes at the Libori Summer School 2017:

Prof. Dr. Ruth Hagengruber (Paderborn Unviersity, Germany), Dr. Andrea Reichenberger (Paderborn University, Germany), Dr. Dr. Dieter Suisky (Humboldt University, Germany)
Émilie Du Châtelet on Matter, Bodies, Forces and Motion

Dr. Dr. Luka Borsic (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Dr. Ivana Skuhala Karasman (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Jessica Harmening (Paderborn University, Germany)
Misandry - The History of Man-Hating

Prof. Dr. Mary Ellen Waithe (Cleveland State University, USA), Prof. Dr. John Conley SJ. (Loyola University Maryland, USA),  Julia Lerius (Paderborn Unviersity, Germany)
Women Philosophers: Medieval and renaissance Periods

Prof. Dr. Ronny Miron (Bar-Ilan University, Israel), Prof. Dr. Antonio Calcagno (King’s University College, Canada), Dr. Rodney K.B. Parker (Paderborn University, Germany), Julia Mühl (Paderborn University, Germany)
Women Phenomenologists of the early 20th Century

Maria von Welser, Julia Lerius
Philosophy and Media: Refugee Women and Children in the Media

 

 

Winter Term 2016/2017

Philosophy Classes:

Dr. Elena Ficara
Logic and Metaphysics Reading Group

Prof. Dr. Ruth Hagengruber -
Émilie Du Châtelet on Time and Space
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Part of the Autumn Reading Group

Jessica Harmening
Charlotte P. Gilman - "Women and Economics" - Reading Class

Prof. Dr. Mary Ellen Waithe, Julia Lerius
Researching for Publication - Oliva Sabuco (16th Century) - A Master Class

 

 

 

Master-Certificate

Worldwide first Erasmus Certificate in the History of Women Philosophers at the master level

The Study of the history of women philosophers is the focus of the Erasmus cooperation between the University of Paderborn and the Yeditepe University in Istanbul. This unique enterprise stems from the pioneer research conducted by the Department of Philosophy in Paderborn. Within the master programme “Kultur und Gesellschaft”, philosophy students may specialize in the History of Women Philosophers, while the profile of the Erasmus cooperation is complemented with ancient philosophy, the focus in the Department of Philosophy at Yeditepe – one of the largest private universities in Turkey. Students who spend up to nine months at the respective partner institution will be offered an opportunity to acquire the Erasmus Certificate in the History of Women Philosophers/History of Philosophy.

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