2009 Conference

St Catherine’s College, Oxford 8-10 January 2008
Academic Conveners: Andrew Schaap, University of Exeter (a.w.schaap@ex.ac.uk) and Aletta Norval, University of Essex (alett@essex.ac.uk). Conference Organiser: Iain Hampsher-Monk, University of Exeter (i.w.hampsher-monk@exeter.ac.uk).
Event timetable

Thursday 8th Jan 2009

2.00-4.00        Arrival

4.00-4.30        Tea


Kimberly Hutchings, LSE
‘What is orientation in thinking? The question of time and timeliness in international political theory’

6.00-7.00        Reception

7.00-8.30        Dinner


Thom Brooks, Newcastle
‘Why Save the Planet?’

Friday 9th Jan 2009

8.00-9.00 Breakfast


Janice Richardson, Exeter
‘Kant, Contract and Subordination’

10.45-11.15 Coffee


Bonnie Honig, Northwestern
‘Antigone’s Laments, Creon’s Grief: Mourning, Membership and the Politics of Exception’

1.00-2.00 Lunch

2.00-3.30 Free Time

3.45-4.15 Tea

4.15-4.45 AGM


Jason Frank, Cornell
‘Promiscuous Citizenship’

6.15-7.15 Reception

7.15-8.30 Dinner


Jonathan Wolff, UCL
‘Risk, Disadvantage and the Evaluation of Health Systems’

Saturday 10th Jan 2009

8.00-9.00 Breakfast


Terrell Carver, Bristol
‘The German ideology did not take place’

10.45-11.15 Coffee


Duncan Kelly, Cambridge
‘Jealousy and the Nobility of Resentment’

12.45 Conference ends

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