AccueilWomen Serving in the Armed Forces: Shaping Modern Values and Beyond

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Publié le mardi 16 juin 2015 par João Fernandes

Résumé

Traditionally, women have been excluded from many roles in the military, most especially combat roles.  In recent years, however, that has all changed, first unofficially, and finally officially: women have been de facto serving in combat roles for the last decade or so, and the first female candidates have been or in all probability soon will be admitted to Marine Corps Infantry training and the US Army Ranger School.  

Annonce

Argument

Traditionally, women have been excluded from many roles in the military, most especially combat roles.  In recent years, however, that has all changed, first unofficially, and finally officially: women have been de facto serving in combat roles for the last decade or so, and the first female candidates have been or in all probability soon will be admitted to Marine Corps Infantry training and the US Army Ranger School.  ISME is pleased to accept papers on all aspects of this historical development.

Questions to consider might include:

  • The right of women to serve in such roles

  • Gender related moral dilemmas: case studies

  • Embracing diversity: balancing practical considerations and modern values

  • Equality and equity in promotion

  • Moral injuries during and after war: impact of gender on healing

Submission guidelines 

Submissions should be sent to richard.schoonhoven@usma.edu no later than

1st September, 2015. 

Abstracts are acceptable, although full papers are preferred (but please also include an abstract); please limit submissions to no more than 7,000 words.  As always, we accept high quality submissions in any area of military ethics. 

Scientific committee

Practical information

The conference will take place Friday and Saturday, January 29-30 at the Loew’s Hotel in Annapolis, Maryland, adjacent to the U.S. Naval Academy.  We are working to have this classified as an “official DoD Conference,” in order to ease travel restrictions and arrangements for military and civilian DoD personnel wishing to attend.  Vice Admiral Ted Carter (Superintendent, USNA) has agreed to address our participants.  The Theme and Call for Papers are listed on the following page.  Please note the revised (and final) dates for the meeting:  29-30 January 2016.  Further information will be posted shortly the website of our institutional sponsor, the Reilly Center for Science, Technology & Values at Notre Dame University.

Single and double rooms are available at a government/conference rate of $100 per night plus tax.  A block of rooms has been reserved for ISME from Thursday through Sunday, 28-31 January 2016.  Reservations must be made NLT 15 December 2015 to secure this rate, and can be made via telephone or online.

Telephone the Loews reservation center at 800-526-2593 and identify yourself as part of the ISME Conference Group (ISM 114) to obtain the group rate.

Book online at www.loewsannapolis.com, enter your arrival and departure dates as indicated, and then click the box for “Special Rates.”  Select “Group Rates” from the pull-down menu, and then enter our group code (“ISM114”) in the field indicated.

Lieux

  • Annapolis, États-Unis

Dates

  • mardi 01 septembre 2015

Mots-clés

  • gender diversity, moral injury, moral emotion, right of women

Contacts

  • Stephanie Dr. Belanger
    courriel : stephanie [dot] belanger [at] rmc [dot] ca

Source de l'information

  • Stephanie Belanger
    courriel : stephanie [dot] belanger [at] rmc [dot] ca

Pour citer cette annonce

« Women Serving in the Armed Forces: Shaping Modern Values and Beyond », Appel à contribution, Calenda, Publié le mardi 16 juin 2015, http://calenda.org/331656