Right Workshop: Rights and Harms – Postponed to Spring 2021

2nd Annual Rights Workshop: Rights and Harm 4th-5th June 2020, University of St Andrews. Organisers: Joseph Bowen (University of St Andrews and University of Stirling), Samuel Dishaw (Harvard University), and Daniel Muñoz (Monash University). In May 2019, the first annual Rights Workshop was held at MIT, featuring papers by Frances Kamm, Julia Driver, Julia Markovits, and Renee Jorgensen Bolinger. ... Read more

Online Workshop: Universal Basic Income and the Meaning of Work

The Centre for Ethics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs University of St. Andrews   This workshop took place 25-26 February, 2021.  The four presented papers were: Deryn Thomas – University of St. Andrews/University of Stirling: "Basic Income and The Collective Benefits of Work". Paper here and slides here. Maria Koumenta – Queen Mary University of London: ... Read more

All Work and No Play

A workshop on the philosophy of work and time-allocation   16-18 September , 2021 The Future of Work and Income Research Network    ([email protected]) Centre for Ethics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs Department of Philosophy, University of St Andrews Workshop to be held entirely online Thursday 16th September 10.30am Welcome and introdution to the Future of Work ... Read more

Book Workshop: Elizabeth Ashford’s *Hunger’s Witting Executioners*

One-day book workshop on Elizabeth Ashford's Hunger’s Witting Executioners: Structural Violations of the Right to Subsistence Pre-read: workshop participants will be expected to read the book manuscript distributed in advance. Location: Edgecliffe G03 and Teams. Schedule: 10:30am to noon: discussion Lunch break (free time) 1:30pm to 3pm: discussion  

Book Workshop (in person) – Daniel Muñoz (UNC Chapel Hill)

Workshop on Daniel Muñoz's forthcoming book What We Owe to Ourselves Date: 15 May 2024 Location: Edgecliffe 104 Registration required: email Theron Pummer ([email protected])   Provisional Schedule  945am: Coffee/tea, welcome 10am: Jordan MacKenzie (Virginia Tech) 1115am: Thomas Schmidt (Humboldt University) 1225pm: Lunch 130pm: Quinn White (Harvard University) 240pm: Coffee/tea 300pm: Kerah Gordon-Solmon (Queen’s University) 415pm: Joseph Bowen (University of Leeds) ... Read more