Behind the Scenes: Damla Ozdemir

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Damla Ozdemir’s post is part of our Behind the Scenes blog series. Roy Auh: How and when did you learn about Project Vox? Damla Ozdemir: Around my junior year of high school, I was reading a book about Voltaire because I was interested in physics, philosophy, and history, and found information about Émilie Du Châtelet. I became […]

Announcement: Du Châtelet Bibliography UPDATED

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We are excited to announce an UPDATED bibliography of Émilie Du Châtelet! Onto the Bibliography section of Émilie Du Châtelet, we have included dozens of new sources that have been published since our entry was originally launched on 2015. Check them out now! We hope to continue keeping our philosopher entries as up-to-date with relevant […]

Revealing Voices: Roy Auh

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Roy Auh’s post is part of our Revealing Voices blog series.  On August 16th in Beijing, I had the opportunity to present a paper about Project Vox at the 24th World Congress of Philosophy. A world’s fair for all things academic philosophy, this conference by the International Federation of Philosophical Societies boasted an attendance of 8000 […]

Announcement: Du Châtelet Prize in Philosophy of Physics

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Project Vox is pleased to announce the Du Châtelet Prize in Philosophy of Physics, an award that celebrates excellence in philosophy of physics and promotes breadth across the field both historically and philosophically. The prize—supported by Duke in collaboration with the Studies in History and Philosophy of Science—will be awarded next Spring to a U.S. or international […]

Revealing Voices: Deborah Boyle

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Deborah Boyle’s post is part of our Revealing Voices blog series.  I first heard about Margaret Cavendish at a regional conference in 2001, and I was fascinated. I borrowed the presenter’s copy of Paper Bodies—a collection containing Blazing World, Cavendish’s autobiography, and a few of her poems—for the weekend. Looking for more Cavendish to read after that, […]