Monthly Archives: August 2012

Princeton University Press Conference Discount

Now that the APSA annual conference is cancelled, Princeton University Press, which has a substantial list in political theory, is offering the conference discount through its website. Here is the link:

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Call for papers

Workshop: “Sovereignty of the Market, or Sovereignty over the Market?” 23-25 January 2013 in Leiden (The Netherlands) Deadline abstracts (300 words): October 1st, 2012. This interdisciplinary workshop explores the hypothesis that the financial breakdown and the Euro-crisis raise a question of political … Continue reading

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The Lottery as a Democratic Institution

As you may know, I am organizing a workshop at Trinity College Dublin on “The Lottery as a Democratic Institution.” This workshop will be co-organized by Gil Delannoi (Sciences Po) and Oliver Dowlen. The workshop will be held on October … Continue reading

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New Economist blog post: “How Much Equality Would You Like?”

Behavioral economist Dan Ariely recently argued in the Atlantic that “Americans want to live in a much more equal country (they just don’t realize it).” A new post in the Economist refutes Ariely’s conclusion by challenging his interpretation of survey … Continue reading

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Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowships: Political theory and political philosophy students encouraged to apply

Dear all, The call for Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion fellowhips is up at: The deadline is October 24 for fellowships lasting one year, from Summer 2013 to Summer 2014. While I have no particular role in awarding these fellowships, I do … Continue reading

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Call for Papers

Global Environmental Justice Workshop to be held at the Universität Bremen 26/27 April 2013 Call for Papers In recent years, global environmental politics and its study have increasingly engaged with normative questions, including global justice. Justice and equity norms have … Continue reading

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