Fall 2021 – Professors John Goldberg and Gabriella Blum
Meetings will be HELD Tuesdays in WCC 3007 from 1:45-3:45p.m.
Sept. 14: Samuel Moyn, Yale Law School. “Humane and Perpetual War.”
Sept 21: Lucas Stanczyk, Harvard University Department of Philosophy. “Managing Skilled Migration.”
Sept. 28: Mathias Risse, Harvard Kennedy School. “AI and the Past, Present and Future of Democracy.”
Oct. 5: Nitsan Chorev, Brown University. “The Virus and the Vessel or: How we learned to stop worrying and love surveillance.”
Oct. 19: Anna Stilz, Princeton University. “Are Citizens Culpable for State Action?”
Oct. 26: David Miller, Nuffield College, University of Oxford. “The Wrong of Involuntary Displacement.”
Nov. 2: Richard Tuck, Harvard University, Department of Government. “Active and Passive Citizens.”
Nov. 9: Frank Garcia, Boston College Law School. “International Economic Law Tribunals and Global Social Justice.”
Nov. 16: Anu Bradford, Columbia Law School. “Europe’s Battle for the Soul of the Internet.”
Nov. 23: Olabisi Ankinkugbe, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University. “Sovereign Debt Crisis and International Economic Justice in Africa.”
Papers should be available for each topic about 10 days prior to the scheduled class. If you would like to request a copy, or for more information on this workshop, please contact Deema Qashat at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit our Global Justice Workshop Canvas page here for further information.