Schedule of Events 2019-2020

**Unless otherwise noted, the Political Theory Colloquium meets Thursdays, 4:00-6:00pm, in CGIS room K-401, 1737 Cambridge Street.

Fall Schedule:
September 19: Michael Rosen (Harvard), "From Heaven to History: Kant, German Idealism and the 'Church Invisible'"
October 31: Renee Bolinger (Princeton), "Re-Writing Rights: The Social Approach"
November 14: Shannon Stimson (Georgetown), "Petty and Hobbes"
November 14: James Hankins (Harvard), "Virtue Politics" **Co-sponsored with the Intellectual History Colloquium. Held in a room TBD from 12-2 pm. 
November 21: Daniel Fram (Harvard), Title TBD. *Co-sponsored with the Program on Constitutional Government

Spring Schedule:

February 6: Samuel Goldman (George Washington University), "After Nationalism"  
March 5: Bernardo Zacka (MIT), "What's in a Balcony? The In-Between as Public Good"  

Other events of interest to political theorists:

September 27: Katrina Forrester (Harvard) will be discussing her new book a the Harvard Book Store in conjunction with the Safra Center for Ethics. See here for more information.

September 27: Rainer Forst (Goethe University Frankfurt), "Justification and Alienation: Kant, Marx, and Contemporary Critical Theory" through the Harvard Colloquium for Intellectual History. See here for more information.

October 4: Teresa Bejan (Oxford), "What Was the Point of Equality?" as the Keynote Address for the Graduate Conference in Political Theory (sponsored by the Safra Center for Ethics). See here for more information.

October 16: Adom Getachew (Chicago), "The Plantation’s Colonial Modernity in Comparative Perspective" sponsored by the International and Global History Seminar. Prof. Getachew's paper will be precirculated: for a copy, please write to Erez Manela <manela@fas.Harvard.edu>.

 

November 1: Charles Mills (CUNY) will deliver a lecture through the Philosophy Colloquium. See here for more information.

December 6: The annual European Philosophy Workshop will be held in Fong Auditorium.

The Edmund J. Safra Center for Ethics will also host a number of events of interest to political theorists. For all upcoming Safra events, see here for more information.

The MIT Workshop in Social and Political Theory will also host a number of events of interest to political theorists. For all upcoming events, see here for more information.