The Political Theory Group invites domestic and international guest speakers to present and discuss papers. The seminar is attended by staff members, and PhD students from the Department of Government, but it also has regular participants from other departments and universities. Visitors are welcome.
All seminars take place Thursday 16:00-18:00 in building 32 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, Room 32L.LG.18 (Lower Ground Floor). They are typically followed by drinks. Everyone is invited.
Tom Parr (Essex), ‘The Future of Unemployment’
Robbie Shilliam (QMUL), 'Race and Revolution at Bwa Kayiman'
Alasia Nuti (York), 'Emancipation through the unjust past'
Turku Isiksel (Columbia), 'A methodology of international political theory'
Adom Getachew (Chicago), 'From Principle to Right: Self-Determination in the Age of Decolonization.'
Serene Khader (Brooklyn College & CUNY), 'Decolonial Feminisms and Individualism'
Paul Sagar (KCL), 'Liberty, Non-domination, Markets'
Bernardo Zacka (Stanford & Cambridge), 'Street-Level Bureaucracy and Democratic Theory'
Lisa Herzog (Technical University Munich), 'Knowledge as basis for assigning responsibilities?'
Nadia Urbinati (Columbia), title tbc
Richard Bourke (QMUL), 'Political theory and the philosophy of history'
LSE Graduate Political Theory Conference, with keynotes from Clare Chambers and Eric Schliesser.
May 14: Brian Barry Memorial Lecture
Elizabeth Anderson (Michigan)
Conference on Injustice, Resistance, and Progress
The conference is co-sponsored by our department and the Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics at Georgia State University.
The conference will include a total of 9 speakers, 5 of whom are invited (list below), and 4 of whom will be selected via CFP (to be sent out soon).
- Simon Caney, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick
- Emanuela Ceva, Department of Political Science and Social Studies, University of Pavia, Italy
- Derrick Darby, Department of Philosophy, University of Michigan, USA
- Candice Delmas, Department of Philosophy and Department of Political Science, Northeastern University, USA
- Clarissa Hayward, Department of Political Science and Department of Philosophy, Washington University, St. Louis, USA
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