Philosophy, Disability and Social Change, Online, Dec. 9-11 – Registration Open!

I’m delighted to announce that the webpage is now up for “Philosophy, Disability and Social Change,” the conference that I am co-organizing with Jonathan Wolff. Hosted by the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford, the conference will take place online from December 9-11, 1pm-6:30/7pm GMT. The conference is FREE, open to everyone, […]

Philosophy, Disability, and Social Change (December 2020)

Jonathan Wolff (Oxford) and I will be running an online conference in December, over three consecutive weekday afternoons (U.K. time), on the theme of “Philosophy, Disability, and Social Change.” The full conference program, which will comprise the hottest names in philosophy of disability and provide details about dates and times, will be posted on BIOPOLITICAL […]

Black Lives Matter: Glasgow MAP Online Workshop (Aug. 7, 2020)

Glasgow MAP chapter is hosting an online workshop focused around the Black Lives Matter movement Speakers: Dr. Emmalon Davis (University of Michigan) Prof. Charles Mills (City University of New York) Topic The workshop is intended to give a platform to speakers and participants to discuss the issues that have been brought into focus by the movement, […]

#COVID19DecarcerateSyllabus

A Political Education Resource  Curated by the California Coalition for Women Prisoners (CCWP)  CCWP is a grassroots social justice organization, with members inside and outside prison, that challenges the institutional violence imposed on women, transgender people, and communities of color by the prison industrial complex (PIC). We see the struggle for racial and gender justice as central […]

CFP: 9th Annual Radical Democracy Conference: “Radical Ecologies,” New School of Social Research, Apr. 10-11, 2020 (deadline: Feb. 1, 2020)

The 9th annual Radical Democracy conference, sponsored by the Department of Politics at The New School for Social Research, will convene theorists and practitioners around the theme of Radical Ecologies. In the year that “climate strike” was named word of the year by Collins Dictionary, we seek to explore what opportunities for democratic resistance can […]

Constructing Social Hierarchy II, MIT, Dec. 6, 2019

Program: 9:00 Morning Tea 9:30: Susanna Siegel (Harvard), Are There Norms of Attention? 1100: Break 11:30: Elisabeth Camp and Carolina Flores (Rutgers), Framing Our Way to Resistance 1:00 Lunch 2:00: Greg Rastell (Melbourne), Generic: Inference and Accommodation 3:30 Break 4:00: Jason Stanley (Yale), The Problem of Ignorance in the Age of Information 5:30: Reception Catered […]

CFP: Modeling Critical Pedagogy, Boston College, Mar. 20-21, 2020 (deadline: Dec. 9, 2019)

Keynote Speakers Lisa Guenther (Queen’s University) Sean McGrath (Memorial University of Newfoundland) Modeling Critical Pedagogy The academic study of philosophy has always demanded rigorous theorization, including in more practically oriented subfields like ethical, social, and political philosophy. But in the face of impending environmental crises, pervasive social inequality, and growing economic disparity, scholars are called […]

CFP: Global Structural Injustice and Minority Rights, Northeastern University, Mar. 13-15, 2020 (deadline: extended to Aug. 1, 2019)

Keynote Speakers: Avigail Eisenberg (University of Victoria); Stephen Gardiner (University of Washington); Catherine Lu (McGill University) Conference Theme The concept of structural injustice is one that has been given a lot of attention by political philosophers in recent years. Iris Young defined structural injustice as a kind of moral wrong that is distinct from unjust, […]

Resist: What Steps Can We Take Against Family Separation and Child Detention?

I’ve been thinking a lot about responsibility, both in my philosophical research and personally. As so often happens, these two threads are coming together through a political crisis that feels crushing – the ongoing violence and abuses against migrants committed by the US government at the southern border of the United States. While the crisis […]