| ALISON WYLIE
of Philosophy -
University of Washington
PRESENTATIONS, INTERVIEWS and VIDEOS
For full (overlapping)
lists of publications by area see:
Philosophy of Science and
For conferences and workshops see:
For current projects see:
the Past: Collaborative Practice in Cultural Heritage Research." Public
History Seminar, Kings College London (November 2012). Podcast
Matters: Transformative Criticism in Archaeology,": Fellows Lecture,
Institute for Advanced Study, Durham University (October 2012)
- "Feminist Philosophy of Science: Standpoint Matters": 2012 Presidential Address, Pacific Division APA (April 2012).
- “Evidential Reasoning:
Archaeology and Archaeological Modeling”: invited contribution to
NSF-funded workshop on “The
Experimental Side of Modeling,” convened by
Isabelle Peschard and Bas van Fraassen, San Francisco State University
- “A Plurality of
Pluralisms: Does Collaborative Archaeology Undermine
Ideals of Objectivity?: 2012
Cedric Evans Lecture, University of Nebraska (March 2012), 2012 AGSA
Distinguished Lecture in Anthropology, University of Kentucky (February
2012), "Pragmatist Social Science" panel at the Summer Institute in
American Philosophy, University of Oregon (June 2011); contibution to a
panel on "Methodological Pluralism": at the 2011 meeting of the Society of Philosophy of Science in Practice, Exeter (June 2011), and at "Objectivity in Science: What is it? Why does it matter?," University of British Columbia (July 2010).
Reconceptualized: What are the Implications for Philosophy?”:
panel on “Gender Climate,
Institutional Recognition, and Material
Compensation,” sponsored by the Committee on the Status of
Pacific APA (April 2011).
- “Mixed Masses of Data:
Evidential Reasoning in Archaeology”: invited
conference contribution, Making
Sense of Data: Who and How?, ESRC
Center for Genomics in Society, Exeter University (June 2011).
- Transformative Criticism
as a Catalyst for Discovery”: workshop
keynote address, Discovery in the
Social Sciences: Towards an
Empirically-Informed Philosophy of Social Science, University of
Leuven, Belgium (March 2011).
- “Archaeological Facts
Non-archaeological Values: How to Implement
Collaborative Ideals and Why it Matters Epistemically”: invited
contribution to Science, Facts, and
Values, conference sponsored by
the Humboldt Foundation and the Center for Science and Values at the
University of Western Ontario (May 2010).
- “Stewardship Revisited”:
invited contribution to Stewardship
Principles in Archaeology; Perspectives from Law, Environmental
Studies, and Philosophy, workshop sponsored by the Centre for
of Cultural Heritage, University of Durham (May 2010).
- Women, Work, and the
video of keynote panel discussion with Nancy Hopkins, Claude Steele,
and Virginia Valian (Barnard Center for Research on Women). On-line video
- The Chilly Climate in
Universities and Colleges, a video produced by Western's Caucus on
Women's Issues and UWO Equity Department (with support from the Ontario
Women's Directory and Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities). WCWI Catalog
- Archaeology in the Making: Conversations
Through a Discipline, edited by William Rathje, Michael Shanks, Timothy Webmoor, and Christopher Witmore, Routledge 2012, pp. 93-121.
Histories in Archaeological Method and Theory: "Early Gendered and
Post-processual Approaches" (Conkey, Moore, Tringham, and Wylie);
Pamela Smith, Cambridge Personal Histories Project (October 2007). On-line video
Stories, Constructing Narratives: Gender Equity and Archaeology: Uzma Z. Rizvi, Greenfield
Intercultural Center (2007).
- Kathryn Denning: Words of
"From the Ground Up: An Interview with Alison Wylie" Assemblage 5
(April 2000). Interview.