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CELPA Seminars 2015-2016

6 October - Fiona Woolard (Southampton)

13 October - Alice Baderin (Oxford)

20 October - Amanda Cawston (Stirling)

17 November - Matt Sleat (Sheffield)

24 November - Stephanie Collins (Manchester)

1 December - Jonathan Seglow (Royal Holloway)

8 December - Alfred Archer (Tilburg)

12 January 2016 - Ulrike Heuer (Leeds)

19 January 2016 - Mat Coakley (Warwick)

26 January 2016 - Peter Jones (Newcastle)

2 February 2016 - Daniel Viehoff (Sheffield)

9 February 2016 - Massimo Renzo (King's)

23 February 2016 - Helen McCabe (Warwick), 'Corresponding Views? A Re-Consideration of John Stuart Mill and
Harriet Taylor's Assessment of Communism'

1 March 2016 - Les Green (Oxford)

8 March 2016 - Cecile Fabre (Oxford)

15 March 2016 - Victor Tadros (Warwick)

26 April 2016 - Clare Chambers (York), 'Religion and Marriage'

10 May 2016 - Jeff McMahan (Oxford), ‘Proportionality and Necessity in jus in bello

17 May 2016 - Adam Slavny (Warwick) and Tom Parr (Essex), 'Rescuing Basic Equality'

24 May 2016 - Felix Pinkert (Warwick), 'How, and How Not, to Justify Unpopular Climate Policies'

31 May 2016 - Beth Kahn (Durham), ‘A Structural Understanding of Workers’ Rights’

7 June 2016 - Alec Walen (Rutgers), ‘Eliminative Killing and the Targeting of Non-Combatants’