I made a live appearance on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, discussing ideas from Sex, Culture, and Justice in the context of a debate on cosmetic surgery and the concept of ‘normal’, on 31st July 2012. You can listen to the debate right here via the sound file below. The segment begins at 33m, I am on at 37m.
I appeared in a live panel discussion of the Hutton Inquiry into the Iraq war on “Sunday with Adam Boulton” on Sky News, 7 September 2003 with Adam Boulton, Michael Ignatieff and Michael Cockerell.
I supervise students on the MPhil in Philosophy and the PhD in Philosophy, both at the Faculty of Philosophy. Admissions decisions for MPhils and PhDs are made by the Degree Committee of the Faculty of Philosophy, so I cannot make any offer of supervision directly to a student. Please visit the Faculty website for details of how to apply.
Prospective graduate students should note that admission to the MPhil is usually conditional on previous specialisation in Philosophy. PhD students are normally admitted to the MPhil in the first instance. Applicants with a Masters degree from elsewhere may be considered for direct admission to the PhD but, again, evidence of previous specialisation in Philosophy is required.
The Political Philosophy Workshop is open to graduate students and above, from all Faculties. It discusses work in progress by doctoral students and above, usually those based in Cambridge. Papers are pre-circulated and there is no presentation, so all participants must join the mailing list and read the papers in advance. To join the mailing list email me at cec66 <at> cam.ac.uk
The Seminar in Contemporary Political Thought is held on alternate Fridays in Michaelmas and Lent Terms. Please see the “Events” page of this website for more details. The Research Seminar is aimed at graduate level and above, but undergraduates are also welcome.