Political Theory Colloquium

Gerorge Klosko, discussant at the Political Theory Colloquium
George Klosko, presenter at the Political Theory Colloquium

The Political Theory Colloquium provides an informal, interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of work in progress. Papers are distributed in advance, and participants come prepared to discuss them. We welcome the participation of faculty, graduate students, and visiting scholars from across the College. The Colloquium meets on Fridays from 2:00-3:30 in the graduate lounge in Gibson S296, unless otherwise noted. Snacks provided. If you are interested in attending one or more of these sessions, please contact Brittany Leach or Murad Idris to be added to our mailing list.

Fall 2017

    W. James Booth
    Presentation Title
    Can the Dead Be Subjects of Justice?
    Start Date
    02-16-2018
    Start Time
    2:00
    End Time
    3:30
    Location
    Gibson 296
    Inés Valdez
    Presentation Title
    A Critique of Violence in the Immigration Regime: VAWA, DACA, History, and Labor
    Start Date
    03-16-2018
    Start Time
    2:00
    End Time
    3:30
    Location
    Gibson 296
    Elizabeth Anderson
    Presentation Title
    How Our Bosses Rule Us and What We Can Do About It
    Start Date
    04-19-2018
    Start Time
    4:30
    End Time
    6:30
    Location
    Gibson Room, Cocke Hall (Philosophy Library)
    Elizabeth Anderson
    Presentation Title
    Epistemic Bubbles and Authoritarian Politics
    Start Date
    04-20-2018
    Start Time
    10:00
    End Time
    12:00
    Location
    Gibson 296