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MANCEPT Research Cluster with Catherine Lu: Three Faces of Ethics – How Our Conceptions of Individual Ethics Need to Expand in Light of Structural Injustice

16:00 - 17:30 02 May 2019

Please join the MANCEPT Research Cluster for Catherine Lu's: "Three Faces of Ethics – How Our Conceptions of Individual Ethics Need to Expand in Light of Structural Injustice" Catherine Lu is Professor of Political Science at McGill University and Coordinator of the Research Group on Global Justice of the Yan P. Lin Centre. Her research and..

CGP Research Cluster with Olivia Rutazibwa: On the Ruins of Epistemicide. Decolonising International Solidarity through Blackness

14:30 - 16:00 08 May 2019

Please join the CGP Research Cluster for Olivia Rutazibwa's "On the Ruins of Epistemicide. Decolonising International Solidarity through Blackness". Dr Olivia Rutazibwa is a Senior Lecturer in International Development and European Studies at the University of Portsmouth. Olivia's research interests have focussed on the motivations and effect..

MANCEPT Research Cluster with Peter Vallentyne: Full Self-Ownership: Interpersonal, not Comprehensive

08 May 2019

ROOM and TIME TBC. Please join the MANCEPT Research Cluster for Peter Vallentyne's "Full Self-Ownership: Interpersonal, not Comprehensive". Peter Vallentyne is a Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the Unviersity of Missouri and Florence G. Kline Chair in Philosophy. His research interests lie in Ethics and Political Philosophy incl..

MANCEPT Research Cluster with Julie Rose: Work, Free Time, and Just Growth

16:00 - 16:30 09 May 2019

Please join the MANCEPT Research Cluster for Julie Rose's "Work, Free Time, and Just Growth". Julie Rose is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Government at Dartmouth College. Julie's primary area of research and teaching is contemporary political philosophy, with a focus on economic justice. Her research addresses the ethical dimens..

CGP Research Cluster with Debbie Lisle: Making Safe: the dirty history of a bomb disposal robot

15:30 - 17:00 15 May 2019

Please join the CGP Research Cluster for Debbie Lisle's 'Making Safe: the dirty history of the bomb disposal robot'. Debbie Leslie is a Professor in the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at Queens University Belfast. Debbie's research engages with a number of contemporary debates in International Relations, Internationa..

MANCEPT - A one day conference on "Gender and Self-Identification"

10:00 - 18:00 16 May 2019

A one day conference on "Gender and Self-Identification" Gender and Self-Identification: Questions, Proposals, Controversies Holly Lawford-Smith (Melbourne): “Gender Self-identification and Costly Signals of Assurance” Sophie Grace Chapell (Open University): “Transgender: Theory and Experience” Mary Leng (York): “Ameliorative Inq..

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