UH West Oʻahu’s Dr. Li-Hsiang Rosenlee was a keynote speaker at the 4th International Conference on Interactivity, Language & Cognition, held recently at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
The conference attracted participants from as far away as China, Germany, Denmark, Japan, the U.K., the Netherlands and Finland in August. The conference was co-organized and co-sponsored by the National Foreign Language Resource Center and the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Department of Second Language Studies.
Rosenlee gave a presentation titled “Gender, Race and Comparative Philosophy: An Intersectional Feminist Consciousness.”
Rosenlee, a UH West Oʻahu professor of philosophy, also participated in August at the Beyond Comparisons: Chinese Philosophy Today conference that was held at East China Normal University in Shanghai. She gave a presentation titled “Confucianism Re-imagined: A Feminist Tribute to Roger T. Ames.”