Political Theory Colloquium 2012–2013

David Novitsky, Politics, University of Virginia
Today's Bigotless Bigotry: A Critique of Individualist and Structuralist Understandings and a Hegelian Response
Discussant: Chad Wellmon, Germanic Languages & Literatures, UVA

Jen Rubenstein, Politics, University of Virginia
The Misuse of Power, not Bad Representation or: Why it is Beside the Point that No One Elected Oxfam
Discussant: Harrison Frye, Politics

Samantha Frost, Political Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Body, Cause, Politics: Considering the Turn to BioIogy in Feminist Theory
Discussant: Denise Walsh, Women, Gender & Sexuality and Politics, UVA

Molly Scudder, Politics, University of Virginia
Politics and the Sublime: Aesthetic Sources of Dialogical Openness
Discussant: Volker Kaiser, Germanic Languages & Literatures, UVA

Paul Apostolidis, Politics, Whitman College
Neoliberal Time and Popular Education in the Migrant Day Laborer Movement
Discussant: Charlee Tidrick, Politics, UVA

Note: Co-sponsored by the Miller Center and held at a different time and place. Please RSVP by 12:00 pm on Wednesday, February 6 to gage@virginia.edu

Diana Coole, Birkbeck College, University of London
Limits to Growth: An Idea Whose Time Has Come Again?
Discussant: William Sbach, Politics, UVA

Don Moon, Government, Wesleyan University
Political Liberalism Three Decades On
Discussant: Michael Kates, Political Philosophy, Policy & Law, UVA
Note: Co-sponsored by Political Philosophy, Policy & Law