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March 2011

 

Date  and Time

Event

Venue

Details

3 March, 3:30pm

“Epistemic Internalism, Justification and Memory” [Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture] Dr Brent Madison, Junior Research Fellow, Institute of Advanced Study, University of Warwick

Conference Room (20.103), 21 University Square

Philosophy Event Contact Dr Jeremy Watkins (j.watkins@qub.ac.uk).  All are welcome to attend.

4 March,  9.15 am -4.45pm

One-Day Conference: Loyalist-Republican Interfaces: The Road to the Peace Process?

Organisers: Connal Parr, Briege Rice, Garry Watson (QUB)

Seminar Room 1, Institute of Irish Studies, 63 University Road

All are welcome to attend. Contact Briege Rice, brice09@qub.ac.uk

7 March, 1pm

“Political Islam between Context and Political Choice – Palestine, Egypt and Jordan in Comparative perspective”  Professor As'ad Ghanem from Haifa University, Israel

Conference Room (20.103), 21 University Square

International Politics and Ethnic Conflict (IPEC) cluster  Contact Dr Ephraim Nimni e.nimni@qub.ac.uk

Poster available here   

8 March, 4 pm

The Irish General Election of 2011’   Round Table Discussion

Lecture Theatre 21.101 , 21 University Square

Irish Politics Cluster Contact Dr Margaret O’Callaghan, m.ocallaghan@qub.ac.uk

10 March, 3:30 pm

“Contested Truths, Constructed Realities” [Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture]

Professor Maria Baghramian, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University College Dublin

Conference Room (20.103), 21 University Square

Philosophy Event Contact Dr Jeremy Watkins (j.watkins@qub.ac.uk).  All are welcome to attend.

15 March, 1pm

From Belfast to Baghdad: An Alumni Reflects

Neale Jagoe, First Secretary British Embassy, Iraq

Conference Room (20.103), 21 University Square

International Politics and Ethnic Conflict (IPEC) cluster  Contact Dr Ephraim Nimni e.nimni@qub.ac.uk

15 March, 4 pm

‘The New City of Craigavon’

Martin McCleery, Queens University Belfast

Lecture Theatre 21.101 , 21 University Square

Irish Politics Cluster Contact Dr Margaret O’Callaghan, m.ocallaghan@qub.ac.uk

22 March, 4 pm

‘ History, politics and the peace process’

Professor Brian Walker, Queens University Belfast

Lecture Theatre 21.101 , 21 University Square

Irish Politics Cluster Contact Dr Margaret O’Callaghan, m.ocallaghan@qub.ac.uk

24 March, 3:30 pm

“How to Carve Nature Across the Joints without Abandoning Kripke-Putnam Semantics”  [Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture]

Professor Helen Beebee, Professor of Philosophy, University of Birmingham 

 

Conference Room (20.103), 21 University Square

Philosophy Event Contact Dr Jeremy Watkins (j.watkins@qub.ac.uk).  All are welcome to attend.

29 March, 4 pm

‘Remembering the Future: The February 1969 Election and the Start of the Troubles’   Dr Simon Prince

Lecture Theatre 21.101 , 21 University Square

Irish Politics Cluster Contact Dr Margaret O’Callaghan, m.ocallaghan@qub.ac.uk

31 March, 3:30 pm

“Did Plato's World have a Beginning?”      [Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture]

Professor Sarah Broadie, Professor of Moral Philosophy, University of St Andrews

Conference Room (20.103), 21 University Square

Philosophy Event Contact Dr Jeremy Watkins (j.watkins@qub.ac.uk).  All are welcome to attend.