Monthly Archives: November 2010

Call For Undergraduate Papers – Twin Cities Review of Political Philosophy

Public Reasoners,

We are trying to produce an electronic publication with articles written for and by undergraduates interested in political philosophy.  Our student board has sent out a Call for Papers for undergraduate scholarship that promotes in interesting read in political philosophy and/or serves as exemplary research work at the undergraduate level.  While the journal is produced by students in the Twin Cities area of Minneapolis/Saint Paul, submissions are open to all.  If you have any interested undergraduates, or you happen to be one who is reading this, please consider contributing.  The papers selected for publication will be selected by the student board, and undergraduates will work with the student board in producing a finished draft of their submission for publication this summer. Below is the CFP our students wrote.  Thanks for your attention.

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IVR Conference

IVR–the International Society for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy–is meeting in Frankfurt, Germany, August 15-20, 2011.  Here’s the web site:  http://www.ivr2011.org/   There is a very generous prize for the best paper submitted by a junior scholar; information about this and other submissions can be found on the site.  I’m organizing panels on privacy and new developments in information technology–if you have any interest in this, or in IVR, please contact me.  Best, Leslie Francis, francisl@law.utah.edu

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Workshop on ‘Discussing differential treatment’, Pavia 10 January 2011

Discussing differential treatment

A symposium on occasion of the publication of the book
Diversity in Europe. Dilemmas of differential treatment in theory and practice (Routledge 2010, http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415580823/)

edited by Gideon Calder and Emanuela Ceva

10 January 2011

University of Pavia, Faculty of Political Science, Aula Grande

9:00 Welcome
Fabio Rugge, Dean of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Pavia
Roberto Schmid, Director of the Institute for Advanced Study, Pavia
Emanuela Ceva, Institute for Advanced Study – University of Pavia
Gideon Calder, University of Wales, Newport

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Symposium on Amartya Sen, Rutgers Law, 15-16 April 2011

Symposium on Amartya Sen’s The Idea of Justice

Friday, April 15th and Saturday, April 16th, 2011

Rutgers University School of Law-Camden

The Institute for Law and Philosophy will host a two-day symposium on Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen’s The Idea of Justice (Harvard 2009) on Friday April, 15th and Saturday, April 16th 2011. The conference will feature six presentations on Sen’s recent book and its themes by leading figures in political philosophy: David Estlund (Brown), Samuel Freeman (Penn), Gerald Gaus (Arizona), Erin Kelly (Tufts), Henry Richardson (Georgetown), and Debra Satz (Stanford). Professor Sen will also attend. The symposium¹s proceedings will be published in a special issue of the Rutgers Law Journal.

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