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Entangled: Gender, Religion, and Human Rights

Ayelet Shachar

University of Toronto Faculty of Law

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Isaiah Berlin: A Judaism between Decisionism and Pluralism

Seyla Benhabib

Yale University

Do we Need a Global Criminal Justice?

Daniele Archibugi

Birkbeck University of London

Economic Duties and Economic Justice: Why Philosophers Need to Think About How Things Work in the World

Joseph Carens

University of Toronto

Basic Income, Climate Change, and Degrowth

Michael Howard

The University of Maine

Jews, Palestinians & Israel: Three Moralities, Three Historiographies, and Three Roadmaps

Chaim Gans

University of Tel Aviv

European Citizenship after Brexit

Patricia Mindus

University of Uppsala

Rethinking Just War

Thom Brooks

Durham University (UK)

Elite Mobility in an Unequal World: The Commodification of Citizenship

Kristin Surak

SOAS, the University of London

Member Corporations, Property Corporations, and Constitutional Rights

David Ciepley

University of Denver and the University of Notre Dame

Global Government and the Politics of Pretending

Michael Walzer

Institute for Advanced Study

Self-Determination for National Minorities

Alan Patten

Princeton University

Between Samaritans and States: The Political Ethics of Humanitarian INGOs

Jennifer Rubenstein

Univ. of Virginia

Why Constitutional Government Requires International Human Rights Law

Jamie Mayerfeld

Univ. of Washington

Civil Juries and Democratic Legitimacy

Melissa Schwartzberg

NYU

Race and Global Justice

Charles W. Mills

Northwestern

An Ongoing Challenge: Global Political Philosophy and Carl Schmitt’s Friend-Enemy Distinction

Mathias Risse

Kennedy School of Government, Harvard

Three, Not Two, Concepts of Liberty: A Proposal to Enlarge Our Moral Self-Understanding

Axel Honneth

Columbia and Univ. of Frankfurt

The Intersection of Global Economic, Environmental, and Gender Justice

Brooke Ackerly

Vanderbilt University

On the Meaning of the “Crisis of Democracy

Nadia Urbinati

Columbia University

Epistemic Democracy for the Real World

Robert Talisse

Vanderbilt University

Democratic Agents of Justice

John Dryzek

University of Canberra

Constraining Global Politics: The Limits of Global Law

Neil Walker

University of Edinburgh Law School

Victims of Trafficking, Reproductive Rights, and Asylum

Diana Meyers

Democracy Against Republicanism

Ian Shapiro

Yale

Adorno, Foucault, and the End of Progress: De-Colonizing Critical Theory

Amy Allen

Dartmouth

Humanitarian Business

Thomas G. Weiss

The Graduate Center, CUNY

Solidarity and Equality in the Democratic Workplace: The Case of BeyondCare

Ken Estey

Brooklyn College

Agency, Inequality, and Participation: NYC After Hurricane Sandy

Michael Menser

Brooklyn College

Climate Justice, Indigenous Justice, and Deliberative Democracy

Kyle Pows Whyte

Michigan State University

Rethinking Human Security Through the Lens of Care

Fiona Robinson

Can Democracy in Crisis Deal with the Climate Crisis

Carol C. Gould

Animal Rights, Multiculturalism and the Left

Will Kymlicka

Queen's University Canada

Kristallnacht: 1938 and Herschel Grynszpan

Raphael Gross

Queen Mary's, University of London

Liberal Politics and the Moral Psychology of Identity

Akeel Bilgrami and Uday S. Metha

Columbia University

Reframing the Conversation about Difference: The Contribution of Care Ethics

Carol Gilligan and Virginia Held

New York University

The Future of ‘Real-Existing’ Democracy

Philippe Schmitter and Michael Menser

Central European University Institute

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Entangled: Gender, Religion, and Human Rights

Ayelet Shachar

University of Toronto Faculty of Law

Transnational Legal Spheres and the Construction(s) of ‘Cultural’ Difference

Seyla Benhabib

Yale University

Beyond Minority Politics: American Muslims and Citizenship

Abdullahi An-Na'im and Andrew March

Emory University School of Law

Toleration and Democracy

Rainer Forst and Adam Etinson

Goethe University

Developing Islamic Jurisprudence in Diaspora

Azizah al-Hibri and Mucahit Bilici

University of Richmond School of Law

Gender and the Measurement of Poverty

Thomas Pogge

Yale University

Benefitting from the Wrong-Doing of Others: The Case of International Trade

Christian Barry

Australian National University

Violating Neutrality? Religious Validity Claims and Democratic Legitimacy

Maeve Cooke

University College Dublin, Ireland

Humanist and Political Perspectives on Human Rights

Pablo Gilabert

Concordia University

Legitimacy, Identity, and the Climate Change Crisis: Moving from International to World Society?

Thomas Weiss and Martin Burke

Legitimacy, Identity, and the Climate Change Crisis: Moving from International to World Society?

Thomas Weiss and Martin Burke

State Consent and the Legitimacy of International Institutions

Thomas Christiano

University of Arizona

Revolution and Evolution of Cosmopolitan Constitutionalism

Hauke Brunkhorst

University of Flensburg in Germany

The Emergence of New Sites of Justice and Rights: Changing Configurations

Seyla Benhabib

Yale University