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12/01/2017

Workshop: Sanctuary, Well-Being, and the Impact of DACA: Philosophical Perspectives on Sanctuary Cities

Time: 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Location: 177 Huntington Ave, Room 608 (Conference Room)
Sponsored By: This is the first event in conjunction with the seed grant given by the Global Resilience Institute, for the project entitled, “Safe Places and the Politics of Fear: An Interdisciplinary Investigation of ‘Sanctuary Cities’” Co-Sponsored by the Global Resilience Institute, Institute for Race and Justice, Institute on Urban Health Research, International Affairs, the Philosophy Department and PPE program, PHRGE/NEU School of Law and the Humanities Center, and the Norwegian Research Council, and the Ethics Institute
Contact: Professor Serena Parekh (s.parekh@neu.edu)

Workshop Participants:

-Patti Tamara Lenard, Associate Professor of Ethics in the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Ottawa
-José Jorge Mendoza, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Massachusetts Lowell
-Serena Parekh, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Northeastern University
-Adam Hosein, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Northeastern University
-Matthew Noah Smith, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Northeastern University
-Shelley Wilcox, Professor of Philosophy, San Francisco State University

 

Papers will circulated in advance; free pre-registration is required.

To register, please email, Betul Eksi by November 20

 

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