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[REGROUPEMENT-SPQ:48] graduate conference in political theory regroupement-spq

> In May 2003 the Department of Politics and
International Studies at the
> University of Warwick will host its fifth annual
conference for
> postgraduate students working in political theory
or political philosophy.
> The four previous events have been very successful,
attracting a wide
> of high quality papers, with participants
travelling from the US,
> continental Europe, and elsewhere. The conference
provides a useful
> opportunity for graduate students to gain
experience and receive feedback
> on work in progress.
> The conference will take place on Saturday 17 May
2003. As well as
> postgraduate papers, there will be two Plenary
Sessions: Professor Susan
> Hurley (University of Warwick) will read a paper
entitled 'Imitation,
> Violence, and Freedom of Speech', and Professor
Thomas Christiano
> (University of Arizona) will lead the other session
on the theme of 'Equal
> Liberties of Conscience and Association'. Abstracts
of the postgraduate
> papers will be posted on the Department's website
in advance.
> Postgraduates interested in giving papers should
send abstracts (400-500
> words) by no later than Friday 4 April 2003. Papers
may deal with any area
> within contemporary political theory, political
philosophy, or the history
> of political thought, but should take no more than
twenty minutes to
> Attendance at the conference is free of charge.
Those interested in
> attending should reserve a place. All
correspondence, or further
> should be addressed to Dr. Matthew Clayton, either
at PAIS, University of
> Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, or
> Messages to the list are archived at
> Other philosophical resources on the Web can be
found at

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