| 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:
- Resilience and Sustainability: What We Are Learning from the Maya and Other Ancient Cultures?:
plenary panel presentation, “A Sustainable Epistemology: The Challenges
of Collaboration Across Disciplines and Communities” (University of
Minnesota, November 2013). Podcast
- "What Knowers Know Well: Standpoint Theory and the Formation of Gender Archaeology”: Instituto de Estudos Avançados, Universidad de São Paulo (October 2013).
- Inter-American Philosophical
Society, Plenary lecture: "Standpoint Matters: Transformative Criticism in Archaeology" (Salvador, Brazil, October 2013).
- British Society for the
Philosophy of Science, Plenary lecture: "Collateral Evidence: The
Vagaries of Evidential Reasoning in Archaeology" (University of Exeter, July 2013).
- Springer Lecture, European
Philosophy of Science Association: "Epistemic Diversity: The Advantages
of Collaborative Practice" (Helsinki, August 2013). Podcast
- Mulvaney Lecture, Australia National University: "Collateral Evidence: Ethnographic Analogy Revisited" (March 20, 2013). Abstract
- Laura C. Harris Symposium, Denison University: "Why Equity Matters in Science" (April 18, 2013).
- "Negotiating the Past:
Collaborative Practice in Cultural Heritage Research." Public History
Seminar, Kings College London (November 2012). Podcast
- "Standpoint 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). Podcast
- "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?: contribution to "Pragmatist
Social Science" at the Summer
Institute in American Philosophy,
University of Oregon (June 2011); contribution to a panel on “Methodological Pluralism” at the
2011 meeting of the Society
for the Philosophy of Science in Practice, Exeter (June 2011); originally presented 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).
- Feminist Legacies / Feminist Futures: Hypatia 25th Annivesary Conference (2009): audio podcasts, streaminig video, and interview with Hypatia founders and editors available online.
- Women, Work, and the
Academy (video of keynote panel discussion with Nancy Hopkins, Claude Steele,
and Virginia Valian (Barnard Center for Research on Women). 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
- Conversations Through a Discipline, edited by William Rathje, Michael Shanks, Timothy Webmoor, and Christopher Witmore, Routledge, 2013, 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.