Jay Dittburner Carleton University With comments by Hane Maung (University of Manchester) This is the beginning of a larger project of mine where I look at the role that hauntings, specters and ghosts have played in the social history of North America, and North American obsession with ghosts. Th
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A.G. Holdier University of Arkansas With comments by Jasmine Gunkel, University of Southern California. Abstract-in-a-Tweet: Many people hold that eating meat is not unethical, yet also hold that passive cannibalism is wrong. Building on Diamond's & Korsgaard's notion of "fellow creatures," I ana
Jennifer L. Whyte University of Pittsburgh, Department of History and Philosophy of Science With comments by Lindsay Hachey (University of Western Ontario) Abstract-in-a-Tweet: In the Early Modern period, #bothsides of the fierce debate over the possibility of the alchemical transmutation of meta
Eylül Yücel Bilkent University With comments by Boomer Trujillo (University of Louisville) Abstract-in-a-Tweet: There is nothing paradoxical and nothing wrong about enjoying the horror genre as it has an impact on the development of sympathy. I will use the gothic novel Frankenstein or the Modern
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