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.
Martin O'Neill (York), "Normative Foundations for Community Wealth Building"
Diarmuid Costello (Warwick), “On the very Idea of ‘Political’ Art: The Curious Case of Jeremy Deller”
David Runciman (Cambridge), "Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Agency"
(please note different time/location - this week's seminar will take place 17:00-19:00 in 32L.G.03)
Matteo Bonotti (Monash), "Free Speech, Bound Language"
Juliana Bidadanure (Stanford), "Are Inequalities in Employment Opportunities between Young and Old ever Acceptable?"
Ines Valdez (Ohio State), title tbc
Pauline Kleingeld (Groningen), “How to use someone 'merely as a means'”
Shatema Threadcraft (Dartmouth), “Contemplating the #metoo mundane in an era of spectacular black death”
William Selinger (University College London), title tbc
Jason Stanley (Yale), title tbc
Paul Apostolidis (Whitman College), title tbc
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