Eyja M. Brynjarsdóttir
Eyja M. Brynjarsdóttir
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Talks

Upcoming talks

TBA, 42nd International Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg, Austria, August 4–10, 2019.

TBA, What are the Ethical Questions of the 21st Century?, Conference organized by Siðmennt, Icelandic Ethical Humanist Association, 1 June, 2019.

“Can the Reality of Money be Doubted?,” Guest lecture at 2018 EUMOL Winter School, “Money as a Means of Community Belonging”, Jean Monnet Chair in EU Money Law, Business and Law Department, University of Siena, 11–14 December, 2018.

“Money as a Measuring Device: A Universal AND an Existential Quantifier,” Guest lecture at Slovak Academy of Sciences Institute of Philosophy, Bratislava, 19 November, 2018.

“What are we Owed if we are Owned? Women and Money,” Human Rights: Feminist- and Gender-Philosophical Perspectives, University of Vienna, 16–17 November, 2018.

“Járnbrautarslys í skini gaslampans” [“Trainwreck by Gaslight”], Þjóðarspegillinn, Conference in Social Sciences, 26 October, 2018.

“Hvernig aukum við þekkingarlegt réttlæti?” [“How Do We Increase Epistemic Justice?”], Menntakvika, Annual Research Conference of Educational Sciences, University of Iceland, 12 October, 2018.


Recent talks

Aumingja Al Franken: Hugleiðingar um bakslagið við #MeToo” [“Poor Al Franken: Thoughts on the Backlash to #MeToo”], Fall Lecture Series of RIKK, Institute for Gender, Equality, and Difference, University of Iceland, 20 September, 2018.

“How Were We Supposed To Know? Ignoring as a Method for Silencing,” Association for Social and Political Philosophy (ASPP) Conference, LUISS Guido Carli/Sapienza University Rome, 21–23 June, 2018.

“Is Money Real?,” Money Matters, Uppsala University, 8 June, 2018.

“Money, Measurement, and Merit,” HERA Debt Workshop, University of Helsinki, 24–25 May, 2018.

“Epistemic Injustice and Truth about Social Wrongs,” MRU and MHC Liberal Education Conference 2018, Mount Royal University, Calgary, 3–5 May, 2018.

Eru peningar raunverulegir?,” [“Is money real?”], Philosophy Chat, Hannesarholt, Reykjavik, 24 March, 2018.

“Hvernig áttum við að vita þetta? Hunsun sem þöggunaraðferð og þekkingarlegt ranglæti,” [“How were we to know? Ignoring as a silencing method and epistemic injustice”], Humanities Congress, University of Iceland, 10 March, 2018.