Recently, the concept of exploitation has received renewed attention in moral and political theory. We invite papers for a workshop that focuses on exploitation, addressing topics such as, `What is exploitation?’, `What, if anything, is wrong with exploitation?’, and `What is the role of a theory of exploitation within a broader moral and political theory?’ We also invite papers of a more applied nature that focus on topics like sweatshops, surrogate labor, and medical care.
The workshop will be held at the University of San Diego on March 9 and 10. We will accept 5-6 papers for 90 minute presentation and Q&A sessions. Selected papers may be considered for publication in an edited volume.
Please submit anonymized papers, no longer than 7500 words, with the subject line ‘exploitation workshop’ to Benjamin.firstname.lastname@example.org by January 31. Notifications of acceptance will be sent by Feb 7.
For more information please email Benjamin at the above address.