Anfang Juli findet in Warwick eine Konferenz zur Politischen Theorie statt. Zwei Keynotes – von Katrin Flikschuh (LSE) „On the Cogency of Human Rights“ und von Andrew Williams (Barcelona) „Equality: Ex Post or Ex Ante“ – geben zumindest eine ungefähre Vorstellung vom thematischen Zuschnitt. Wer teilnehmen will, hat noch bis zum 6. Juni Zeit, einen Abstract einzureichen. Alle Infos unter dem Strich:CfP: Warwick Conference
On Saturday 2nd July 2011 from 10.00am to 6.30pm, the Department of Politics and International Studies and Centre for Ethics, Law and Public Affairs at the University of Warwick will host their annual conference for postgraduate students working in political theory, political philosophy and related disciplines. Previous events have been very successful, attracting a wide range of high quality papers and participants from many countries. The aim of the conference is to provide an opportunity for graduate students to receive useful feedback on work in progress.
As well as postgraduate papers, there will be two plenary sessions:
Katrin Flikschuh, London School of Economics
„On the Cogency of Human Rights“
Andrew Williams, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona
„Equality: Ex Post or Ex Ante?“
Postgraduates interested in giving papers should send abstracts (400-500 words) by no later than 6th June to firstname.lastname@example.org. Papers may deal with any area of contemporary political theory, political philosophy, or the history of political thought, but should take no more than twenty minutes to present. It would be appreciated if those wanting to attend the conference would reserve a place no later than 17th June. Attendance is free of charge and lunch will be provided.
All correspondence and further inquiries should be addressed to Zofia Stemplowska at email@example.com.