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An exciting 2013-2014 year ahead at the OLPP

Posted by Fran├žois Tanguay-Renaud in Uncategorized

Preparations have started in earnest for the 2013-2014 academic year. Some highlights…

At Osgoode/York:

  • The schedule and line up for the 2013-2014 edition of the Nathanson Centre’s Legal Philosophy between State and Transnationalism seminar series are now available online While the series will now be offered as a course for philosophy and law students, it remains open to all faculty and students. Speakers will include: Paulo Barrozo (Boston College), David Rodin (Oxford), Jean Louise Cohen (Columbia), Maksimillian del Mar (Queen Mary), Anna Stilz (Princeton), Matthias Risse (Harvard), Christopher Heath Wellman (WUSTL), and Paul Berman (WUSTL). Christopher Wellman will also be delivering the annual ‘Or ‘Emet Lecture.
  • In April 2014, the Nathanson Centre will also be hosting a major international conference on Wrongs across Borders. Confirmed speakers already include: Michael Blake (Washington), Daniel Butt (Bristol), Simon Caney (Oxford), Thomas Christiano (Arizona), Helen Frowe (Stockholm), Adil Haque (Rutgers), and Catriona McKinnon (Reading), and Miriam Ronzoni (Technical University of Darmstadt).

At McMaster:

  • In May 2014, McMaster’s Department of Philosophy will be hosting a major international conference on the Legacy of Ronald Dworkin. Confirmed keynote speakers include: Richard Arneson (UCSD), David Brink (UCSD), Thomas Christiano (Arizona), David Dyzenhaus (Toronto), Leslie Green (Oxford), Connie Rosati (Arizona), Joseph Raz (Columbia/KCL), and Larry Sager (U of Texas at Austin).

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