Knowing What To Order at the Conference Dinner


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Ian James Kidd
Nottingham University
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A conference dinner at a restaurant is a good place for considering the interactions of class, race, economic privilege, professional comportment, and the culturally coded forms of sophistication that have been built into the discipline. Much needs to be changed and a really good place to start is by appreciating these realities.
Keywords social class  feminist philosophy  academic culture  exclusion
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