**Unless otherwise noted, the Political Theory Colloquium meets Thursdays, 4:00-6:00pm, in CGIS room K-401, 1737 Cambridge Street.
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), "The Political Arithmetic of Transmutation: Heterodoxy and Political Economy in Sir William Petty (1623-1687)"
November 14: James Hankins (Harvard), "Virtue Politics" **Co-sponsored with the Intellectual History Colloquium. Held in the Robinson Hall Basement Seminar Room at 12 noon.
December 5: Daniel Fram (Harvard), Title TBD. *Co-sponsored with the Program on Constitutional Government
February 6: Samuel Goldman (George Washington University), "After Nationalism"
March 5: Bernardo Zacka (MIT), "Institutional Atmospherics: The Interior Architecture of the Welfare State"
Other events of interest to political theorists:
October 28, 29, and 30: Karuna Mantena (NYU), "Three Faces of Gandhian Nonviolence," BU Benedict Lectures. More information can be found here.
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.