Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Feminist Philosophy


WOGAP Berlin

WOGAP Berlin (short for Workshop on Gender and Philosophy) aims to bring together a group of researchers, mainly based in the Berlin area, who are interested in feminist philosophy broadly conceived. WOGAP Berlin gets its name from, and is modelled after, a similar workshop based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. We plan to meet once per month at Humboldt University Berlin (at the moment, we are planning to use a hybrid format), usually on the last Friday of the month. In the workshops we will discuss work in progress in feminist philosophy by speakers whose papers will be circulated beforehand; unless explicitly announced otherwise, the papers and discussion will be in English.  We also plan to provide drinks and snacks and to create a space for feminist (and other) exchange and encounter after the discussion.

If you are interested in participating in the workshop and/or in receiving other announcements on feminist philosophy in Berlin, please send an email to and we will put you on the mailing list. 


The meetings take place in person at Schönhauser Allee 10-11 (Room 3.25)


Schedule for this winter & summer

21.10.22, 16.30:        Lillian Cicerchia (Berlin)

18.11.22, 16.30:        Leonie Stibor (Berlin)

16.12.22, 16.30:        Tereza Hendl, Daniel James & Saana Jukola

20.01.23, 16.30:        Manon Garcia (Berlin)

17.02.23, 16.30:        Esther Neuhann (Hamburg)


21.04.23, 16.30:        Karen Ng (Nashville)

19.05.23, 16.30:        Matt Congdon (Nashville)

June TBA, 16.30:       Sally Haslanger (MIT)


Schedule for Summer 22

22.04.22, 16.15:        Caleb Ward (Hamburg)

20.05.22, 16.15:        Breno Santos (UFMT/Brazil)

10.06.22, 16.15:        Samia Hesni (Boston)

22.07.22, 16.15:        Quill Kukla (Georgetown/Hannover) 



Schedule for winter 21/22

26.11: 4.30-6pm:        Millicent Churcher (University of Sydney/FU Berlin): in person

17.12: 4.30-6pm:        Samia Hesni (Boston University): via zoom

28.01: 4.30-6pm         Matilda Carter (King’s College London): via zoom or in person

25.02: 4.30-6pm         Maren Behrensen (University of Twente): via zoom or in person