Conferences & Workshops
Political Theory Workshop
The Political Theory Workshop provides an informal, interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of work in progress. The workshop features papers by Yale faculty members, visiting scholars, and graduate students in the fields of political philosophy, social theory, ethics, intellectual history, and related disciplines. Papers are distributed in advance when available and participants come prepared to discuss them in detail.
The Political Theory Workshop meets Wednesdays from 4:15-6:00 p.m. at Rosenkranz Hall, 115 Prospect Street, Room 202. The seminar is followed by a reception in the faculty lounge, room 227.
Faculty Organizer: Andrew March, Associate Professor of Political Science (email link: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Graduate Student Coordinator and Contact: Devin Goure (email link: email@example.com)
Links to papers will be provided when available.
Melissa Lane (Professor of Politics, Princeton University)
"Archein and archai: rule, offices, and statesmanship in Plato's Statesman"
Ian Shapiro (Sterling Professor of Political Science, Yale University): "Adaptive Polltical Theory"
Michael Rosen (Professor of Government, Harvard University): "History of Ideas as History and Philosophy"
Bruce Ackerman Streling Professor of Law and Political Science, Yale University): "Spheres of Humiliation"
Teresa Bejan (Ph.D. Student, Political Science, Yale University): "Locke on Toleration, (In)civility and Concord"
Steven Smith (Alfred Cowles Professor of Political Science, Yale University): "In Defense of Politics"
Bryan Garsten, (Professor of Political Scxience, Yale University)
Carol Gould (Professor of Philosophy, Hunter College and CUNY Graduate Center)
Robyn Marasco (Assistant Professor of Political Science, Hunter College, CUNY)
Uday Mehta (Distinguished Professor of Political Science, CUNY Graduate Center)
Thomas Pogge (Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs, Yale University)
Jeffrey Green (Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania)
Nancy Rosenblum (Senator Joseph Clark Professor of Ethics in Politics and Government, Harvard University)
Charles Beitz (Edwards S. Sanford Professor of Politics, Princeton University)
Last updated 02-19-12