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Category Archives: Notices
Public Affairs Quarterly will publish a special issue devoted to the topic “Race and Public Policy.”
Possible topics include, but are not limited to: affirmative action, racial profiling, the Black Lives Matter movement, hate speech, hate crimes, reparations for slavery and other historical injustices, implicit bias, race and health, race and medicine, race and technology, race and the criminal justice system, race and the environment, race and education, race and sports, race and ethnicity, race and immigration, race and identity, and race and inequality.
Submissions on any philosophical topic concerning race and public policy will be considered. Submissions should be in Microsoft Word format and should be double-spaced and prepared for blind review. The journal prefers manuscripts of 6,000-9,000 words in length but articles outside these limits may still be considered. Articles intended for consideration for inclusion in this issue should be submitted by December 31, 2018 via the journal’s online submission process at http://ojs.press.illinois.edu/index.php/paq/. The deadline is far out (December 2018), so that people who are not currently working on a relevant topic still have time to produce a submission.
The Political Science department at Duke University will host its annual Graduate Conference in Political Theory on February 8-9, 2018. We will consider proposals from graduate students in any related discipline, and on any topic in the fields of political theory, political philosophy, or the history of political thought. We particularly welcome submissions which will engage a diverse audience.
In addition to building community among graduate students at different universities, this conference offers graduate students a rare opportunity to receive feedback on their work from eminent scholars in the field — each selected student paper will have its own faculty discussant drawn from the local political theory community at Duke and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. We are also pleased to announce that John McCormick of the University of Chicago will join us as the keynote speaker for the conference.
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THE 2018 ANNUAL MONTREAL POLITICAL THEORY MANUSCRIPT WORKSHOP AWARD
Call for applications: The Groupe de recherche interuniversitaire en philosophie politique de Montréal (GRIPP), spanning the departments of political science and philosophy at McGill University, l’Université de Montréal, Concordia University, and l’Université du Québec à Montréal, invites applications for its 2018 manuscript workshop award. The recipient of the award will be invited to Montreal for a day-long workshop in May 2018 dedicated to his or her book manuscript. This “author meets critics” workshop will comprise four to five sessions dedicated to critical discussion of the manuscript; each session will begin with a critical commentary on a section of the manuscript by a political theorist or philosopher who is part of Montreal’s GRIPP community. The format is designed to maximize feedback for a book-in-progress. The award covers the costs of travel, accommodation, and meals.
The Britain and Ireland Association for Political Thought is pleased to invite you to the Annual Political Thought Conference 2018. The Conference will be held at St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford on 4th to 6th January (Thursday-Saturday).
Speakers at this year’s conference include: Melissa Lane (Princeton), Larry Temkin (Rutgers), Shalini Satkunanandan (UC Davis), Faisal Devji (Oxford), Robert Lamb (Exeter), Alasia Nuti (York), and Dimitrios Efthymiou (Frankfurt).
This year’s conference also features a roundtable discussion on Tim Hayward’s Global Justice and Finance: Tim Hayward (Edinburgh), Sabrina Martin (Oxford), Anahi Wiedenbrug (LSE)
Call for abstracts
Abstracts are welcome for the 8th Edition of the Multilateral Kant Colloquium “Kant and the Contemporary World: Philosophy, Science, Politics,” to be held at the Department of Political and Social Sciences of the University of Catania, October 11-13, 2018. The theme is to be intended in the broadest possible sense, as involving any aspect of Kant’s philosophy with an impact on issues debated in contemporary philosophy and science, as well as relevant for the most pressing political problems of our time.
Scholars from all over the world will be involved in presentations and discussions of the most up-to-date research on Kant’s philosophy. With the support of the Società Italiana di Studi Kantiani, the conference is part of an annual initiative started in 2008 by an international group of scholars keen on promoting informed debate on the latest developments of Kant scholarships. The current edition aims at highlighting the relevance of Kantian thought with respect to the contemporary world, which becomes increasingly acknowledged in a wide number of issues crosscutting both the theoretical and practical sides of his work.
Religion and Legal Accommodation: A Symposium
on Cécile Laborde’s Liberalism’s Religion
Friday 10 November 2017
Council Chamber, Main Building, Cardiff University
This event is funded by the Society for Applied Philosophy.
09:15 – 09:30
Welcome and opening remarks – Gregory Walker (UCL Institute of Education)
09:30 – 10:30
Chapter 1. ‘Liberal Egalitarianism and the Critique of Religion’
Commentator: Matteo Bonotti (Cardiff University)
Chair: Graeme Garrard (Cardiff University)
10:30 – 11:00
Tea and coffee break
11:00 – 12:00
Chapter 2. ‘Liberal Egalitarianism and the Exemptions Puzzle’
Commentator: Andrew Shorten (University of Limerick)
Chair: Tariq Modood (University of Bristol)