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graduate student achievements 2008-2009

 

Peter Higgins (Ph.D. 2008) accepted a tenure track position at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan.

Jason Hanna (PhD 2008) accepted a tenure-track position at Northern Illinois University, starting Fall 2009.

Dan Demetriou (PhD 2009) has accepted a tenure-track Assistant Professorship at the University of Minnesota (Morris).

Kendy Hess (PhD 2009) won the award for Best Graduate Student Submission for her paper, "The Modern Corporation as Moral Agent: Why Corporations Are Better than You Think They Are ... Or Ought to Be" presented at the NASSP (North American Society for Social Philosophy) Conference in July 2008. She accepted a tenure-track position, the Brake-Smith Assistant Professorship in Social Philosophy and Ethics at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, starting Fall 2009.

Pamela Lomelino (7th year PhD candidate) had the following papers published: “Reconceptualizing Autonomy to Address Cross Cultural Differences in Informed Consent,” Social Philosophy Today 25 (forthcoming); "Individuals and Relational Beings: A Call for Expanding Universal Human Rights," Social Philosophy Today 23 (2008): 87-102. She also won an Arts and Science's Graduate Research Fellowship for Fall 2009.

Cory Aragon (6th year PhD candidate) has a paper, "The Challenge of Male Feminism" which will be translated into Portuguese and published in a collected volume. In the summer of 2008, he was a graduate assistant for PIKSI (Philosophy in an Inclusive Key Summer Institute); his work was funded in part by the Philosophy Department.

Christian Lee (6th year PhD candidate) gave talks at two conferences this year: "A Suppositional Solution to a Problem for 'Might' Counterfactuals," at the Northwest Student Philosophy Conference 2009 and "Grounding Evaluative Properties" at the ROME Conference 2009. He also gave comments on Dan Speak's "On An Advantage of Open Theism" at the Western Society of Christian Philosophers 2009, on Phil Corkum's "Is Aristotle an Aristotelian Realist?" at the Colorado Conference on Dependence 2009, and on on Joshua Sheperd's "The Import of Reasons Holism for Moral Theory", at the Rocky Mountain Philosophy Conference 2009.

Tom Metcalf (6th year PhD candidate) presented “The Return of the Logical Problem of Evil” at the University of Texas at Austin Graduate Philosophy Conference, April 2009. He presented “An Empirical Defense of Moral Realism” at the Third Annual Texas Tech Graduate Student Philosophy Conference, April 2009.

Mike Zerella (6th year PhD candidate) won a 2008–2009 Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Award.

Amandine Catala (4th year PhD candidate) presented her paper “Should Holocaust Denial Be Criminalized?” at 3 conferences: the Front Range Philosophy Conference at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, October 2008, at the Eighteenth Annual Meeting, Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, Cincinnati, OH, March 2009, and at the Seventh Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, HI, January 2009. She also presented "Between Rectification and Protection: Is the Nozickian State Really Minimal?" at the Hawaii conference. She received travel grants to attend these conferences from the Center for the Humanities and the Arts and from the UGGS at CU.

Kristin Demetriou (4th year PhD candidate) had her paper “The Soft-line Solution to Pereboom’s Four-Case Argument” accepted for publication in the Australasian Journal of Philosophy; was an invited commentator for Ishtiyaque Haji, “The Manipulation Argument”, The Garden Of Forking Paths Weblog; and was Assistant for the 2008 Colorado Summer Seminar in Philosophy.

Martin Eyestone (4th year PhD student) published “Will We Meet Optimus Prime in Heaven?” in Transformers and Philosophy (Open Court: 2009).

David Barnes (3rd year PhD candidate) gave an invited paper and was a panel member for the International Studies Association Conference, New Orleans, February 2010. He was an Invited Chair, Operations Panel on Use of Private Contractors, McCain Conference, United States Naval Academy, April 2009. He presented “Jus in Bello and the Sophisticated Utilitarian,” at the Pacific Division American Philosophical Association (Pacific APA), April 2009, and at the International Symposium for Military Ethics (ISME), January 2009. He was the Invited editor for Armed Private Security Contractor Project Handbook, Joint Forces Command, April 2009. He also served as guest lecturer in PHIL 310: Ethics, United States Air Force Academy, 2008, and as guest Lecturer for HIST 4146: 20th Century U.S. Military, University of Colorado, Boulder 2008.

Tyler Hildebrand (3rd year PhD student) presented his paper, “The Nomological Solution to the Truthmakers Objection to Presentism,” at the 2009 Pittsburgh/Carnegie Mellon Graduate Philosophy Conference on March 28th.

Matthew Pike (1st year PhD student) published “Can Metal Be Mental?” in Transformers and Philosophy (Open Court: 2009).

Ron Le Bel (MA student in Philosophy and Cognitive Science) completed the Graduate Certificate in Cognitive Science at CU Boulder in May 2009. He was the recipient of the 2009-2010 Col. Raymond C. Hall Scholarship at CU Boulder. He is working on a research project at the Institute of Cognitive Science at CU Boulder entitled “The Role of Action Related Words on the Mirror Neuron System in Children with Cochlear Implants.” He has received two research grant awards from the Institute of Cognitive Science for this project, Fall 2008 and Summer 2009, and two travel grants to present this work. He presented his work at the 18th Annual ASHA-NIH Research Symposium: “Neurobiological Determinants of Human Communication: Prematurity and Early Childhood” in November 2008 in Chicago, Illinois. He received a $500.00 travel award for this conference. He also presented this work at the Institute of Cognitive Science annual poster session, May 2009. He has a co-authored a paper “Motor–Auditory–Visual Integration: The Role of the Human Mirror Neuron System in Communication and Communication Disorders” in The Journal of Communication Disorders (July 2009).

Andrew Winters (MA candidate) presented “A Response to Nozick's Analysis of Knowledge: Shortcomings of a Reliabilist and Externalist Account” at The Front Range Philosophy Conference at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Saturday, Oct 25th, 2008.

Stephen Emedi (PhD student) was accepted to law school at University of Texas Austin and University of Arizona.

Janella Baxter (MA 2009) presented "Kant's Mereological Essentialism: Matter's Impenetrability and the Potential Divisibility of Objects" at the North American Kant Society Conference, Penn State, April 2008.

Gustavo Oliveira (MA 2009) was the 2009 winner of the Stahl Prize, given by the Department of Philosophy to the student who combines philosophy with service to the community. He has now won two years in a row.

Jennifer Kling (MA 2009) was the 2009 winner of the Jentzsch prize, awarded for the best graduate student paper in philosophy, for her paper “Mind–Body Interaction in Descartes: An Argument for the Extensionless Location of the Mind.” She was accepted to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill PhD program for Fall 2009.



graduate student achievements 2007-2008

 

Barrett Emerick presented two papers at conferences: “Reparations through Respect in Interpersonal Discourse,” at the 2007 Feminist Ethics and Social Theory conference, in Tampa, FL, and “Men Teaching Feminism: Rethinking Feminist Pedagogy from a Male Perspective,” presented to the 2nd Annual CUNY Feminist Pedagogy Conference, What’s Feminist about Feminist Pedagogy?, in New York. (Co-presented with Cory Aragon).

Barrett also won the 2007-2008 Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Award.

Barrett was the graduate student organizer for the 10th Annual Rocky Mountain Philosophy Conference. The conference was a complete success, with an outstanding keynote address given by Prof. Philip Pettit from Princeton University, excellent talks given by graduate students from across the country, and insightful comments given by our own graduate students.

Peter Higgins published “Open Borders and the Right to Immigration,” Human Rights Review, vol. 9, issue 4, July-September 2008.Peter presented two papers at conferences: “A Partial Method for Constructing Just Immigration Policies,” Association for Feminist Ethics and Social Theory (FEAST) Bi-Annual Meeting, Clearwater Beach, FL, September 2007; and “A Principle for Constructing Just Immigration Policies,” 25th Annual Meeting of the North American Society for Social Philosophy, University of Portland, Portland, Oregon, July 2008.

Peter won the Thomas Edwin Devaney Dissertation Fellowship (Fall 2007 – Spring 2008)

Peter also completed the Graduate Certificate in Women and Gender Studies.

Finally, Peter successfully defended his dissertation on July 7, 2008 and will be a one-year visiting assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

Mary Krizan won an Emerson/Lowe dissertation fellowship for the 2008-2009 AY, and her paper, "Material Cause Without Matter?" was accepted as a main program colloquium paper for presentation at the 2008 Eastern APA.

Ronald Le Bel has been invited to present his research project in the Institute of Cognitive Science at CU Boulder titled, “The Role of Action-Related Words on the Mirror Neuron System in Children with Cochlear Implants,” and at the 18th Annual ASHA-NIH Research Symposium, Neurobiological Determinants of Human Communication: Prematurity and Early Childhood, on November 21st, 2008 in Chicago. He received a $500 travel award for this conference, and is one of four graduate students nationally who received this competitive award. He is one of only two pre-doctoral students in the country that was selected to present at this conference.

Ron presented a poster at the Institute of Cognitive Science (ICS) annual poster session on May 2nd for this project and will also present these results on October 24th, 2008 in the Institute of Cognitive Science (ICS) at CU Boulder, which is a special invited presentation. He received a SLC Catalyst Grant Award from the ICS for this project.

Pamela Lomelino presented her paper, "Expanding Relational Autonomy to Respect Cross Cultural Differences" at the forthcoming North American Society of Social Philosophy (NASSP) in Portland, Oregon in July 2008.

Gustavo Oliveira was awarded the Stahl Prize by the Philosophy Department for service to the community. He helped to organize the Symposium on Research on Prisoners and Other Vulnerable Populations, helped to organize several anti-war protests, rallies and direct actions with the group Students for Peace and Justice, and has volunteered as a member of the Left Hand Books Collective.

Matthew Pike will be Session Chair and Technical Coordinator for the Intersections: Mind, Brain, and Experience conference, University of Colorado, Denver, April 10-11, 2008.

He presented a paper, “Epistemology, Certainty, and Technology” to the CU Philosophy Club, University of Colorado at Boulder, March 12, 2008.

Cindy Scheopner presented her paper "Mormon Metaphysics and the Politics of Polygamy" as part of a panel titled "Responsible Citizenship" at the Uehiro CrossCurrents Philosophy Conference at the University of Hawaii, Manoa March 19-20, 2008. She was co-recipient of an award for Most Innovative Paper (which included a cash prize and a lei).

Cindy's paper "Transubstantiation in Aquinas and Ockham" was published in the inaugural issue of the journal NEXT: Emerging Voices in Religious Studies Scholarship, available online at: http://www.colorado.edu/ReligiousStudies/Nextpage.htm.

Jason Wyckoff's paper "Reasons, Motivations, and Obligations" will be published in the Southern Journal of Philosophy, volume 46 no. 3 (Fall 2008).

Jason presented a paper, "Race, Reference, and Reality" at the Eastern APA, December 29, 2007, and at the Mountain-Plains Philosophy Conference, September 29, 2007.

He presented "On the Failure of the Fair Play Account of Political Obligation", winner of the Jentzsch Prize, at the University of Colorado, September 7, 2007.

Jason was awarded a Thomas Edwin Devaney Dissertation Fellowship for the academic year 2008-2009.



graduate student achievements 2006-2007

Amandine Catala
Amandine was a fellow at the Center for Humanities and the Arts and also an honorary fellow with the Belgian American Educational Foundation.

 

Dan Demetriou
Dan co-authored with Graham Oddie a review of Mark Kalderon's Moral Fictionalism, which appeared in Mind 116 (April 2007). Dan and Graham also co-authored "The Fictionalist's Attitude Problem," forthcoming in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice.

Dan presented his paper "The 'Geach-Frege' Objection to Non-Cognitive Fictionalism" at the 2007 Southwest Graduate Conference in Philosophy (Arizona State) and his paper, "When Monkeys Bark Up the Wrong Tree: A Defense of Grice's Natural Meaning," has been accepted to the 2007 St. Louis University Graduate Student Conference.

Dan won 2007-2008 Emerson-Lowe Dissertation Fellowship

 

Jason Hanna
Jason’s paper on punishing failed attempts was published in Public Affairs Quarterly, Vol. 21, No. 2. Jason also presented a paper, "Democracy and Children's Suffrage," at the Center for Values and Social Policy and the Pacific Division APA.

 

Peter Higgins
Peter presented a number of conference papers:

  • “A Partial Method for Constructing Just Immigration Policies,” American Philosophical Association, Central Division, APA Committee on Hispanics special session on immigration, Chicago, IL., April 2007.
  • “Open Borders and the Right to Immigration,” American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, San Francisco, CA., April 2007.
  • "A Partial Method for Constructing Just Immigration Policies” Feminist Epistemologies, Methodologies, Metaphysics, and Science Studies (FEMMSS) Conference, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ., February 2007.
  • “Open Borders and the Right to Immigration,” American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division – North American Society for Social Philosophy Group Session, Washington D.C., December 2006.


Peter also won a Thomas Edwin Devaney Dissertation Fellowship (Fall 2007 - Spring 2008).

 

Diana Hseih
Diana published "Egoism Explained: A Review of Tara Smith's Ayn Rand's Normative Ethics: The Virtuous Egoist" in the Spring 2007 issue of The Objective Standard.

Mary Krizan
Mary presented several conference papers:

  • "Conception, Deception, Reflection: Spinoza on Finite Modes" at the Central Division APA, Chicago, April 21, 2007.
  • "Corpses, Seeds, and Statues" at the SAGP session of the American Philological Association, San Diego, January 2, 2007.
  • "A Defense of Diairesis in Plato's Gorgias" at the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy, Fordam University, October 22, 2006.

 

P. J. Lomelino
PJ was the lead GTPI and the graduate student assistant for the Center for Values and Social Policy.

She also presented the following conference papers:

  • “Crossing Species Boundaries: A Feminist Critique of Creating Human-Nonhuman Chimeras,” Pacific American Philosophical Association Annual Conference (April, 2007)
  • “Women’s Empowerment As It Relates to the New Millennium Goals,” Feminist Epistemologies, Methodologies, Metaphysics and Science Conference (February, 2007)
  • “Should the United States Legalize Torture?” Canadian Society of Women in Philosophy Annual Conference: Trent University (October, 2006)
  • “Crossing Species Boundaries: An Ethical Analysis of Creating Human- Nonhuman Chimeras,” Pacific Society for Women in Philosophy (October, 2006).
  • “Human Rights for All Persons,” 2006 Social Philosophy Conference: University of Victoria (August, 2006).
  • “Environmental Justice: A Proposal for Addressing Diversity in Bioprospecting,” International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations: New Orleans (June, 2006).


In addition, PJ published the following papers:

  • “Environmental Justice: A Proposal for Addressing Diversity in Bioprospecting,” International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 6, Issue 2 (2006).
  • “Individuals and Relational Beings: A Call for Expanding Universal Human Rights” Social Philosophy Today, Volume 23 (2007)

 

Cindy Schoepner
Cindy published the following papers:

  • "Administrative Procedures Act," "Vatican Bank", in Encyclopedia of Business, Ethics, and Society, Sage Publications, Inc. (September 4, 2007)
  • "Transubstantiation in Aquinas and Ockham," Student Organization for the Study of Religion Journal, forthcoming.


Cindy also gave the following presentations:

  • "Teaching Business Ethics with Film," invited panelist, Teaching Business Ethics Conference, University of Colorado, Boulder June 8, 2006
  • "Bringing the Power of Film to Business Ethics Education," Society for Business Ethics Annual International Conference, juried selection of panel August 11, 2006
  • "Bringing the Power of Film to Business Ethics Education," Academy of Management Annual International Conference, juried selection of panel August 16, 2006
  • Comment on "Probability and Utility: Pascal's Wager Defended", Rocky Mountain Student Philosophy Conference, April 20-21, 2007

 

Tait Szabo
Tait presented a paper, "Sex and Commerce: Feminist Approaches," by invitation of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Wyoming, November 2006.

 

Scott Wisor
Scott won the Stahl Prize, awarded by the Philosophy Department for service to the community. Scott was honored for his remarkable activism to halt the genocide in Darfur.

 

Jason Wyckoff
Jason presented his paper, "Solving the Problem of Timing Maxims in Kantian Ethics," both at the Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, April 6, 2007 and at the Center for Values and Social Policy, CU-Boulder, January 26, 2007.

Jason was awarded the Jentzsch Prize for "On the Failure of the Fair Play Account of Political Obligation."



graduate student achievements 2005-2006

Julie Adeshchenko
Julie presented her paper, "Innocence and Guilt within the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict," at the Center for Ethics and Social Policy, University of Colorado at Boulder, February 24, 2006.

Dan Demetriou
Dan and Graham Oddie presented a paper, "A Problem with Moral Fictionalism" at the annual Australasian Philosophy Conference in Dunedin New Zealand, December 2005. Dan received the Graduate School's GPTI Teaching Excellence Award for AY 2005-2006.

Barrett Emerick
Barrett presented a paper, "Russell, Tables, and the Promise of Fallibilism," at CUNY's graduate conference on Feb. 25, 2006, in NY.
Barrett will present his paper, "Understanding Across Difference: Empathy and Intersubjective Dialogue," co-authored with Audra King, at the following venues:

  • The annual meeting of the North American Society for Social Philosophy (NASSP) held in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, August 3-5, 2006.
  • The NASSP sponsored session at the Eastern Division meetings of the American Philosophical Association, held in Washington D.C. from Dec 27-30, 2006. This presentation will be part of a panel is entitled, "Reflections on Social Positioning: The Implications for Theory and Practice." Other panel members will be current graduate student Peter Higgins and past graduate student Theresa Weynand Tobin.

Jason Hanna
Jason presented a paper, "Science, Wonder, and the Aesthetic Appreciation of Nature," at CU's Center for the Humanities and Arts Colloquium, "The Powers of Wonder," held at CU-Boulder on March 9, 2006.

Peter Higgins
Peter published one article this year and has several publications forthcoming:

  • "Sexual Disorientation: Moral Implications of Gender Norms," Feminists Contest Politics and Philosophy, edited by Lisa Gurley, Claudia Leeb, and Aloisia Moser, (New York: Peter Lang Publishing Group), 2005.
  • "What is Poverty?"(co-authored with Audra King and April Shaw), Global Ethics: Feminist Ethics and Social Theory, edited by Peggy DesAutels and Rebecca Whisnant, (forthcoming).
  • Book Review of The Rights of Others: Aliens, Residents, and Citizens by Seyla Benhabib, Human Rights Review, vol. 8, issue 2, 2006 (forthcoming).
  • Book Review of Globalizing Democracy and Human Rights by Carol Gould, Human Rights Review, volume 7, issue 4, 2006 (forthcoming).

Peter has also given several conference presentations and has more scheduled: "What is Poverty?" (co-authored with Audra King and April Shaw)

  • Presented at the fall meeting of the Pacific Division of the Society for Women in Philosophy, Chico, CA., September 2005.
  • Presented at the Association for Feminist Ethics and Social Theory (FEAST) Biennial Meeting, Clearwater Beach, FL., January 2006.
  • To be presented at the Conference on Ethics and Africa, Cape Town, South Africa, May 2006.

"Open Borders and the Right to Immigrate: Why Liberal Cosmopolitanism Must Attend to Social Difference"

  • To be presented at the 23rd Annual meeting of the North American Society for Social Philosophy, Victoria, B.C., Canada, August 2006
  • To be presented in the session sponsored by NASSP at the Eastern Division meetings of the American Philosophical Association, held in Washington D.C. from Dec 27-30, 2006. The panel includes other past and present CU-B Philosophy students and is entitled, "Reflections on Social Positioning: The Implications for Theory and Practice."

Heri-Young Kang
Heri-Young presented "Rethinking the 'Circumstances of Global Justice' in Non-Ideal Conditions," in a colloquium on "Rawlsian Liberalism and the Circumstances of Justice," at the Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association (APA), New York City, December 2005

She presented "Rethinking the Circumstances of Global Justice from a Transnational Feminist Justice Perspective," at the Biennial Conference of the Society for Feminist Ethics and Social Theory (FEAST), Clearwater Beach, FL: January 2006.

Heri-Young has been invited to revise and resubmit her manuscript, "Women's Transnational Collectivities as Agents of Global Justice Claims," to The Journal of Social Philosophy.

Derek Kern
Derek presented a paper, "Must Primary Qualities be Inseparable for Locke?" at the Southwestern Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, held at the University of New Mexico, February 25, 2006.

Audra King
Audra has presented and plans to present her paper, "What is Poverty?" co-authored with Peter Higgins and April Shaw, in several venues:

  • Fall meeting of the Pacific Division of the Society for Women in Philosophy, Chico, CA, August 2005.
  • Biennial Meeting of the Association for Feminist Ethics and Social Theory (FEAST), Clearwater Beach, FL., January 2006.
  • Scheduled for presentation at the Conference on Ethics and Africa, Cape Town, South Africa, May 2006.

Audra will present her paper, "Understanding Across Difference: Empathy and Intersubjective Dialogue," co-authored with Barrett Emerick, at:

  • The annual meeting of the North American Society for Social Philosophy (NASSP). Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, August 2006.
  • The NASSP sponsored session at the Eastern Division meetings of the American Philosophical Association, held in Washington D.C. from Dec 27-30, 2006. This presentation will be part of a panel entitled, "Reflections on Social Positioning: The Implications for Theory and Practice." Other panel members will be present graduate student Peter Higgins and past graduate student Theresa Weynand Tobin.

Audra's paper, "What is Poverty?" co-authored with Peter Higgins and April Shaw, is forthcoming in Global Ethics: Feminist Ethics and Social Theory, edited by Peggy DesAutels and Rebecca Whisnant.

Mary Krizan
Mary will present her paper, "Corpses, Seeds, and Statues" at the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP) session at the American Philological Association meeting in San Diego, January 2007. A slightly more comprehensive version of the paper is available on Mary's website, at http://ucsu.colorado.edu/~krizan/aristotlecapacity2.doc.

P. J. Lomelino
PJ has presented several conference papers this year and has more presentations planned:

  • "Whose Nature? Bioprospecting in Third World Countries," University of Kentucky Graduate Student Philosophy Conference, March, 2006.
  • "Transcending Woman as Object through Fashion?" Rocky Mountain Philosophy Conference: University of Colorado March, 2006.
  • "Environmental Justice: A Proposal for Addressing Diversity in Bioprospecting" 6th International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations: New Orleans (June, 2006)
  • "Human Rights for All Persons" annual meeting of the North American Society for Social Philosophy (NASSP), Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, August 2006.
  • "Should the United States Legalize Torture?" Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy, (CSWIP) conference on "Security, Trust, Conflict," Trent University, Ontario, Canada, October 26-27, 2006.

Jay Lynch
Jay presented his paper, "Deliberative Democracy after Capitalism," at the graduate student conference on 'Discourse, Democracy, and Justice' at Loyola University, Chicago, March 10-12, 2006. He will present his paper, "Domestic Abuse as Terrorism," at the annual Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy, (CSWIP) conference on "Security, Trust, Conflict," Trent University, Ontario, Canada, October 26-27, 2006.

Donna Reeves
Donna presented a comment on "A Menichan Version of Limited Democracy" by Tongdong Bai, in a session on "Confucianism and Democracy: Where Do They Conflict?" sponsored by the Society for Chinese Philosophers in America at the Pacific Division meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Portland, OR, March 22-25 2006.

April Shaw
April's paper, "What is Poverty?" co-authored with Peter Higgins and Audra King, has been presented at:

  • Fall meeting of the Pacific Division of the Society for Women in Philosophy, Chico, CA, August 2005.
  • Biennial Meeting of the Association for Feminist Ethics and Social Theory (FEAST), Clearwater Beach, FL., January 2006.
  • Scheduled for presentation at the Conference on Ethics and Africa, Cape Town, South Africa, May 2006.
  • It will be published in Global Ethics: Feminist Ethics and Social Theory, edited by Peggy DesAutels and Rebecca Whisnant.

Tony Smith
Tony presented a paper co-authored with Scott Wisor, "Against Citizenship Requirements," at the Center for Ethics and Social Policy, University of Colorado at Boulder, April 7, 2006.

Brian Stern
Brian's paper, "Immigration Restriction in a Liberal Democracy," in John R. Rowan (ed.), Social Philosophy Today. Volume 21: Human Rights, Religion, and Democracy, Charlottesville, VA: Philosophy Documentation Center, 2005:125-135.

Scott Wisor
Scott presented a paper, "Against Citizenship Requirements," co-authored with Tony Smith, at the Center for Ethics and Social Policy, University of Colorado at Boulder, April 7, 2006. Scott will present his paper, "An Argument for the Selection of Government Representatives by Random Lottery," at the Radical Philosophy Association Group Session, Central Division meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Chicago, April 27, 2006. Scott will present "Global Justice, Reparations, and the Problem of Wealth Transfer: Refocusing Development on Historical Racial and Gender Injustice" at the Seventh Annual International Development Ethics Association Conference, in Kampala, Uganda, July 19-22, 2006.

Jason Wyckoff
Jason presented his paper, "Individual and Community: Three Conceptions of the Self," at the graduate student conference on "Discourse, Democracy, and Justice" at Loyola University, Chicago. March 10-12, 2006




  

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