I participated in this excellent event at the University of Birmingham. Details here.
The seminars take place on Fridays between 1.00-2.30pm in the Coleridge Room, Jesus College. All are welcome.
Christian List, LSE: Theory Construction in Political Theory: A Philosophy-of-Science Perspective
Sarah Fine, King’s College, London: Migration and Distributive Justice
Moya Loyd, Loughborough University: Deaths That Matter: Critical Reflections on the Politics of Mourning and the Limits of Human Belonging
Matt Kramer, University of Cambridge: Torture, Morality, and Law
The seminars will take place on Fridays between 1.00-2.30pm in the Coleridge Room, Jesus College. All are welcome.
Convenors: Dr Clare Chambers (Philosophy) and Dr David Blunt (POLIS)
Jules Holroyd, University of Nottingham: Moral and Institutional Desert
Ben Colburn, University of Glasgow: Beneficence and Blackmail
Alex Voorhoeve, LSE: How Should We Aggregate Competing Claims?
Catriona McKinnon, University of Reading: Crimes Against Humanity, and Future People
The Andrea Dworkin Commemorative Conference was held at the Centre for the Study of Social Justice (CSSJ), University of Oxford, in 2006. You can hear the podcasts of the day here, with thanks to the CSSJ for allowing them to be posted.
Michael Moorcock, “Andrea Dworkin’s fiction”
Julie Bindel, “Myths about Andrea Dworkin”
John Stoltenberg, “What Andrea knew about her work”
Professor Catharine A. MacKinnon, “Going Her Own Way”