The Oxford Philosophy, Law, and Politics Colloquium is a new interdisciplinary colloquium series that brings together theorists from philosophy, politics, law, and beyond to discuss works-in-progress by distinguished visiting scholars. Sessions are held approximately thrice yearly – once each term – and a paper for each session is circulated in advance to participants. Those unable to read the paper in advance are nevertheless welcome to attend as a summary of the paper will be given. It is expected that papers by visiting guests will have broad academic and cross-disciplinary appeal. Beginning in 2021-22, the Colloquium is co-convened by Ruth Chang, Cecile Fabre, Kate Greasley, Alison Hills, and Cecile LaBorde.
The Colloquium normally takes place in the Lecture Room at 10 Merton Street (University College) from 5:00-7:00 p.m. To attend any Colloquium, please register by emailing oxfordPLPevents@gmail.com
February 24, 2022: Alison Hills
(Philosophy) engages with Nomy Arpaly
(Brown) (we are expecting to hold all subsequent events including this one in person)
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Accompanying each colloquium will be an Oxford PLP Seminar for students during which the paper and any other relevant material to the colloquium will be discussed. The seminars during 2020-21 will be held on Zoom. Email oxfordPLPevents@gmail.com if you wish to register for the seminar.
29 October 2020: Seminar with Ruth Chang on Miranda Fricker, 2-4p.m. GMT *Online at Zoom
12 November 2020: Seminar with Ruth Chang on Samual Scheffler, 2-4p.m. GMT *Online at Zoom
19 January 2021: Seminar with Ruth Chang on Cass Sunstein, 3-5p.m. GMT (note different time) *Online at Zoom
6 May 2021: Seminar with Ruth Chang on Cecile Fabre, 2-4p.m. GMT *Online at Zoom
Thanks are due to the Hewlett Foundation for funding that makes the PLP Colloquium Series possible.