SWIP-Analytic holds an annual essay prize competition for graduate students who are women, or who have ever been identified as women. The winner is invited to present her paper in NYC at our last event of the spring semester.
The call for papers is announced in late fall each year.
Winners of the SWIP-Analytic Graduate Student Essay Prize
Rose Bell (Syracuse University), “Distorted Identities: Hermeneutical Injustice and Normative Social Roles”.
Hannah Kim (Stanford University), “Why it Might be True that an Abstract Artifact Smokes a Pipe: A Case for Representational Artifact Theory”
Ege Yumusak (Harvard University), “Implicit Bias and the Unconscious”
Marion Boulicault (MIT), “The Contingency of Logical Necessity”
Arianna Falbo (Simon Fraser University), “Why Two (or more) Belief-Dependent Peers are Better Than One”
Rebecca Traynor (CUNY Graduate Center), “Accurate Representation is Accurate Distortion”
Fatema Amijee (UT-Austin), “The Normativity of Nonsense”
Kate Nolfi (UNC-Chapel Hill), “Why the Epistemic Status of Our Beliefs Ought to Weigh With Us”