Each year, the Injustice League Lecture Series (ILLS) invites three to four, primarily early-career scholars working on questions broadly related to social and political injustice. The UConn philosophy environment is one of collaboration, camaraderie, and debate, and we welcome papers that are still in their early stages.
September 25: Kristina Meshelski (California State University, Northridge), Socially Constructed Identities and Rawls’s Original Position. 4pm in MH 227
November 13: Meena Krishnamurthy (University of Michigan), Title TBA. 4pm in MH 227
December 11: Bethany Berger (UConn Law School), Title TBA. 4pm in MH 227
- Our Spring 2016 schedule will include Chris Lebron (Yale University), among others. Check back soon for updates!
October 10: Jane Gordon (UConn Political Science and Africana Studies), Creolizing and Contemporary Enslavement. 4pm in MH 227
[Deferred to Fall 2015] Kristina Meshelski (California State University, Northridge), Title TBA. 4pm in MH 227
[Deferred to Fall 2015] Meena Krishnamurthy (University of Manitoba), Title TBA. 4pm in MH 227
December 8: Rekha Nath (University of Alabama), The Grounds of Social Equality. 10am in MH 227
January 25: Tom Dougherty (University of Sydney), Against Time Bias. 4pm in MH 227
February 21: Japa Pallikkathayil (University of Pittsburgh), Responding to Injustice. 4pm in MH 227
February 28: Eliot Michaelson (McGill University), Lying Is Not a Moral Kind. 4pm in MH 227
April 25: Loren Lomasky (University of Virginia), Generational Injustice: How to Milk the Young. 4pm in FS 216