News

Brown Bag Seminars of Political Philosophy - Seminar Series

NASP, in cooperation with the Political Theory Project of the University of Milan, in pleased to announce

Brown Bag Seminars of Political Philosophy
Seminar series

14 MARCH 2017, h. 11.30
LEA YPI (London School of Economics)
Legitimacy, Dictatorship and Utopia: A Marxist Perspective on Political Obligation

Seminar Room (Conservatorio—1st Floor)
Department of Social and Political Sciences - University of Milan
Via Conservatorio, 7—Milan

30 MARCH 2017, h. 11.30
AMANDA GREENE (University College London)
Legitimacy Beyond the State

Seminar Room (Passione—2nd Floor)
Department of Social and Political Sciences - University of Milan
Via Conservatorio, 7—Milan

6 APRIL 2017, h. 11.30
ELISABETTA GALEOTTI (University of Piemonte Orientale)
Are Self-Deceivers Irrational, Wrong or Excusable? 

Seminar Room (Conservatorio—1st Floor)
Department of Social and Political Sciences - University of Milan
Via Conservatorio, 7—Milan

4 MAY 2017, h. 11.30
IAN CARTER (University of Pavia)
Equal Liberty and Responsibility

Seminar Room (Passione—2nd Floor)
Department of Social and Political Sciences - University of Milan
Via Conservatorio, 7—Milan

29 MAY 2017, h. 11.30 - CANCELLED
SONJA AMADAE (Massachussets Institute of Technology and TINT, University of Helsinki)
From a Unified Social Ontology to a Unified World Order?

Seminar Room (Conservatorio—1st Floor)
Department of Social and Political Sciences - University of Milan
Via Conservatorio, 7—Milan

5 JULY 2017, h. 11.30
ALASIA NUTI (University of York)
Emancipation Through an Unjust Past

Seminar Room (Passione—2nd Floor)
Department of Social and Political Sciences - University of Milan
Via Conservatorio, 7—Milan

 

Scientific coordinators:
Corrado Fumagalli and Gianluca Pozzoni (NASP)

The Brown Bag Seminars of Political Philosophy integrates the rich variety of political philosophy events at NASP and the Department of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Milan. In this new series of colloquia, faculty and graduate students meet to discuss work in progress by senior and young scholars.
Central to this workshop is the emphasis on constructive discussion. For this reason, speakers will introduce briefly their papers and most of the seminar will be devoted to a Q&A session.
Papers will circulate one week prior to each session. To know more about the Brown Bag Seminars, please, write to Corrado Fumagalli This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and Gianluca Pozzoni This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Latest News

IIS - Loïc Wacquant …

IIS - Loïc Wacquant - 1/06/2018

NASP International and Interdisciplinary Seminars Loïc Wacquant ...

SOMET International …

SOMET International Seminar - Loïc Wacquant - 31 May 2018

  SOMET International Seminar Revisiting Urban Outcasts Loïc W...

SOMET Seminar - Maur…

SOMET Seminar - Mauro Barisione - 30 May 2018

  SOMET seminar Weber, Durkheim, and Marx in Bourdieu's writing...

SOMET Seminar - Enzo…

SOMET Seminar - Enzo Colombo - 23 May 2018

  SOMET seminar Studying Everyday Multiculturalism Enzo Colomb...

IIS - Kathrin Zippel…

IIS - Kathrin Zippel - 25/05/2018

NASP International and Interdisciplinary Seminars Kathrin Zippel (Nor...

SOMET Seminar - Giov…

SOMET Seminar - Giovanni Semi - 17 May 2018

  SOMET seminar Gentrification in Italy: homeownership and clas...

Call 2018-2019

Call 2018-2019

NASP Calls for Application for 22 Ph.D. positions for A.Y. 2018-2019 ...

CfA - ResPos 2018 Sc…

CfA - ResPos 2018 Scholarships Program

Call for Scholarship Applications:NASP Scholarships Program for ResPos...

The Network

                                                                                 

With the support of

     

This site uses cookies

for the operation of the platform and for statistics . Continue if you agree.

I understand