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February 2012

Date  and Time

Event

Venue

Details

2 February, 3:30pm

Alan McKay, Philosophy PhD Student, QUB

“Constitution and the Disjunctive Theory of Perception”

Conference Room (20.103), 21 University Square 

Contact Dr. Benjamin Jarvis (b.jarvis@qub.ac.uk)

9 February, 5 pm

Alan Trench (The Constitution Unit, University College London)

Scotland’s constitutional debates, and their implications for the rest of the United Kingdom’
 

Room 21.101, 21 University Square

Contact Prof Graham Walker (g.s.walker@qub.ac.uk)

16 February, 3:30pm

Dr. Martin Smith, Lecturer, University of Glasgow
“Knowledge, Justification, and Normative Coincidence”

[Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture] 

Conference Room (20.103), 21 University Square 

Contact Dr. Benjamin Jarvis (b.jarvis@qub.ac.uk)

21 February, 1 pm

Prof. Michael Strauss (Centre d’Etudes Diplomatiques et Stratégiques, Paris)

“GUANTANAMO BAY IN DIPLOMACY AND INTERNATIONAL LAW”

Room 21.101, 21 University Square

International Politics and Ethnic Conflict Research Cluster

Contact Dr Peter McLoughlin (p.mcloughlin@qub.ac.uk)

22 February, 5 pm

Matthew Hunt (PhD student, QUB)

 ‘Desmond Fennell: Marginalized Irish Public Intellectual’

Room 21.101, 21 University Square

Contact Prof Graham Walker (g.s.walker@qub.ac.uk)

23 February, 3:30pm

Dr. Alison Hills, Tutorial Fellow and University Lecturer in Philosophy, St. John’s College, Oxford University

“Cognitivism about Moral Judgement”
[Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture]

Conference Room (20.103), 21 University Square 

Contact Dr. Benjamin Jarvis (b.jarvis@qub.ac.uk)

29 February, 5 pm

Massimiliano Nastri (PhD student, QUB)
‘”Roman” Perspectives on Irish Politics, 1932-38: de Valera in the Reports from the Catholic Bishops and the Italian Consul’
Massimiliano Nastri (PhD student, QUB)

Room 21.101, 21 University Square

Contact Prof Graham Walker (g.s.walker@qub.ac.uk)