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Dr Nigel Bowles

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Professor Archie Brown

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Mr Quentin Bruneau

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Dr Daniel Butt

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Elad Carmel

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Professor Martin Ceadel

Professor of Politics, Fellow of New College

Benedict Coleridge

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Dr Angela Cummine

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Mr Malcolm Deas

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Mr Puneet Dhaliwal

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Mr Arthur Duhé

Research topic: Theory of International Relations

Dr Gideon Elford

Lecturer in Politics, Stipendiary Lecturer in Political Theory at New College

Professor Rosemary Foot

Senior Research Fellow in International Relations, DPIR, Emeritus Fellow St Antony's College

Dr Elizabeth Frazer

Associate Professor of Politics, Official Fellow, New College

Emeritus Professor Michael Freeden

Emeritus Professor of Politics

Prof. Todd H. Hall

Associate Professor of International Relations, Tutorial Fellow in Politics for St Anne's College

Dr Michael Hart

Associate Professor of Politics, Exeter College

Dr Sudhir Hazareesingh

CUF Lecturer in Politics and Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Balliol College

Professor Andrew Hurrell

Montague Burton Professor of International Relations, Balliol College

Dan Iley-Williamson

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Stuart Ingham

Career Development Fellow in Politics at St Edmund Hall

Mr Henrik Jacobsen

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Maryhen Jimenez Morales

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Professor Edward Keene

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Dr Jonathan Leader Maynard

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Bruno Leipold

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Associate Professor David Leopold

Associate Professor of Political Theory, Fellow of Mansfield College

Sabrina Martin

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Dr Daniel McDermott

Associate Professor of Political Theory and Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Keble College

Professor Lois McNay

Professor of Theory of Politics and Fellow, Somerville College

Professor David Miller

Professor of Political Theory, FBA, Official Fellow, Nuffield College

Dr. Dana Mills

College Lecturer at Hertford College

Dr Carlotta Minnella

Departmental Lecturer in International Relations, College Lecturer at St. John's College

Lars Moen

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Max Muir

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Dr Karma Nabulsi

Associate Professor in Politics and International Relations, Fellow in Politics, St Edmund Hall, Director Undergraduate Studies

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Professor Derek Penslar

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Mr Nathan Pinkoski

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Alan Ryan

Former Warden of New College

Claudia Schrag Sternberg

CDF in Politics at St Hugh's College

Mr James Shires

Research topic: The emergence of cyber-security in the Middle East

Dr Sophie Smith

Associate Professor of Political Theory and Tutorial Fellow, University College

Ross Speer

Research topic: Louis Althusser's Aleatory Materialism

Dr Zofia Stemplowska

Associate Professor of Political Theory, Asa Briggs Fellow, Worcester College

Dr Michael Crawford Urban

Research topic: The role of trust in international politics

Mr Mingde Wang

Marie Curie Fellow (PRIMO)

Professor Jennifer Welsh

Professor in International Relations, co-director of the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict, Fellow of Somerville College

Dr Stuart White

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Annette Zimmermann

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We are happy to announce that the Fifth Sciences Po Graduate Political Theory Conference will be held on June 28-29, 2017. Each year the conference brings together young political theorists representing a variety of traditions and methods to discuss the work of one prominent author. This edition will focus on the work of Judith Butler (Maxine Elliott Professor, UC Berkeley), who will be our keynote speaker.

The submission deadline for proposals is March 3rd, 2017. All proposals should be sent to sciencespotheorygrad@gmail.com

More information on submission and selection procedures in the attached file here.  

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Symposium on Liberalism With Excellence by Matthew Kramer

28th Nov 2016

Matthew Kramer’s Liberalism with Excellence, to be published by Oxford University Press in early 2017, promises to be a significant intervention into the debate between liberal neutralists and perfectionists concerning the justification of the exercise of political power. While neutralists hold that the state must be neutral in some sense between competing conceptions of the good, perfectionists hold that claims about the good can or ought to play an important role in justifying the state’s actions.

Kramer’s book presents powerful objections to both liberal neutralism and existing perfectionist theories, and develops and defends an alternative form of perfectionism: aspirational perfectionism. The distinctive claim of this view is that, instead of seeking to edify citizens by elevating their lifestyles or experiences, a government should seek to promote the excellence of the society over which it presides – and it should thereby help to bring about the conditions under which every individual can be warranted in harbouring a strong sense of self-respect.

This conference will bring together a world-class group of scholars to discuss Kramer’s book, and present critical papers based on its themes. All of the conference speakers have published on the debate between neutralism and perfectionism, and they include the authors of several of the most important books in the area. We are particularly pleased to have prominent defenders of both neutralism and perfectionism contributing to the conference, such that it promises to be a highly illuminating event.

The conference is open to all, and registration is free, but places are limited.

For more information, and to register, please visit www.liberalismwithexcellence.weebly.com.

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Félix Krawatzek discusses the Politics of the Future

12th Apr 2016

The ways politicians, governments, think-tanks, campaigning groups and the public think about political futures is continuously negotiated and deeply contested. Who shapes the ways we think about the future?

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Sudhir Hazareesingh discusses Delacroix and De Gaulle

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Dr Sudhir Hazareesingh recently appeared on BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking, where he discussed the republican ideal of freedom in the context of the Delacroix exhibition which has just opened at the National Gallery in London.

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Stuart White discusses making inheritance fairer on BBC Radio 4's 'Analysis'

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'The Fourth Social Democracy' by Agustín Basave

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Sudhir Hazareesingh comments on Charlie Hebdo, one year on

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Sudhir Hazareesingh has been quoted in an article for Oxford Today (1 January) exploring the aftershocks of the attacks on the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in January 2015.

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Nic Cheeseman discusses how politicians succumb to hubris

4th Jan 2016

Nic Cheeseman featured as one of three guest panelists on the 'World Update' programme (BBC World Service, 1 January) in a discussion about the danger to politicians of succumbing to the ancient Greek idea of 'hubris': the excessive pride and self-confidence that often comes before a fall.

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