Archive





Spring 2019







MARCH 15
3–5 PM


Lisa Disch
University of Michigan, Political Science



Realism for Democrats




APRIL 5
3–5 PM


Carly Knight
NYU, Sociology




Creatures of the State: Metaphor and Personhood in Legitimating the American Corporation




APRIL 12
3–5 PM


Rachel Thomas
CNRS/CRESSON, Ecole Normale Superieure d’Architecture de Grenoble



On the Political Uses of Atmospheres: Towards a Critique of the Urban
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MAY 3
3–5 PM


Rob Reich
Stanford University, Political Science



Platform Power, Algorithmic Curation, and the Free Speech Idea
Fall 2019







SEP 11
4–6 PM


Joe Soss
University of Minnesota



Preying on the Poor: Criminal Justice as Revenue Racket




OCT 4
3–5 PM


Lisa Wedeen
University of Chicago



Authoritarian Apprehensions: Ideology, Judgment and Mourning in Syria





NOV 22
3–5 PM


Fonna Forman
UCSD



Cross-Border Citizens




DEC 6
3–5 PM


Jennifer Rubenstein
University of Virginia



Urgency without Emergency: Emergency Politics and its Afterlives


Spring 2020









FEB 21
3–5 PM


Jonathan Wolff
University of Oxford



Method in Philosophy and Public Policy: Applied versus Engaged Philosophy





MAR 6
3–5 PM


Joel Isaac
University of Chicago, Committee on Social Thought



Economists, Philosophers and the Revival of Social Contract Theory: 1955-1975





MAR 20
3–5 PM


Margaret Kohn
University of Toronto



[Cancelled due to Covid-19]





APR 7
3–5 PM


David Runciman
University of Cambridge



[Cancelled due to Covid-19]






APR 24
3–5 PM


Jan-Werner Muller
Princeton University



[Cancelled due to Covid-19]






Fall 2020








NOV 19
1–3 PM


Joseph Heath
University of Toronto, Philosophy



The Machinery of Governmen