Public Issues and Public Reason
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The Public Issues and Public Reason conference (PIPR) is a multidisciplinary conference at which graduate students from a variety of programs and disciplines will present papers analyzing current social and global challenges through the lenses of political theory, applied ethics, and critical social sciences.
Location: Zoom videoconference, from Carleton University, Ottawa
Friday, November 5, and Saturday, November 6
“Indigenous Politics and the Academy: who gets to know?”
Professor Vanessa Watts, Paul R. MacPherson Chair of Indigenous Studies, McMaster University
Keynote Presentation date/time TBD
Call for Abstracts: Application deadline October 1, 2021
Submissions are welcome from graduate students in philosophy, law, social sciences, public policy, political theory, political science, economics, health policy on any issues and topics related broadly to applied ethics, critical social sciences, ongoing contemporary social issues, and global challenges. The Public Issues and Public Reason conference (PIPR) is a multidisciplinary conference hosted by the Ethics and Public Affairs graduate programs at Carleton University. It is open to all graduate students who work on current social and political issues, global challenges through the lenses of political theory, applied ethics and critical social sciences with an emphasis on multidisciplinary engagement.
More info: https://carleton.ca/ethics/pipr/
This is a student event (e.g. a graduate conference).
November 1, 2021, 9:00am EST
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