2016 APT Conference: Mobile-Friendly Program

Association for Political Theory 14th Annual Conference
Ohio State University
Columbus, OH
October 20-22, 2016

Final Program

Program Committee Co-Chairs: Andrew Dilts, Loyola Marymount (andrew.dilts@lmu.edu); and
Shatema Threadcraft, Rutgers University (s.threadcraft@rutgers.edu)

APT wants to extend sincere thanks to all the members
of the Program Committee.  For a full list, go here.

 

We also wish to thank all those who worked on the following committees:

Chairs & Discussants

Local Organizing

First Book Manuscript Workshop Selection

Book Proposal Workshop Selection

Professional Development Café

 

Your APT Officers and Governance Committee can be found here.

 

Thanks to our Ohio State University Sponsors: the Department of Political Science, the Department of Philosophy, and the Center for Ethics and Human Values.

Also, a special thanks to our Conference Sponsors: Contemporary Political Theory for sponsoring our Saturday reception; Oxford University Press; The University of Chicago Press; Duquesne University Press; and the University of Connecticut Department of Political Science. 

 

 

PRE-CONFERENCE MEETING, THURSDAY 3:00-6:00 PM

FIRST BOOK MANUSCRIPT WORKSHOP

                       

SESSION 1, FRIDAY 9:00-11:00 AM

1.1 RETURN TO ROUSSEAU              

1.2 CARCERAL THINKING / NON-CARCERAL PRACTICES

1.3 TECHNOLOGIES OF NEOLIBERALISM

1.4 COLLECTIVE JUDGMENT AND THE PROMISE OF THE JURY 

1.5 BOUNDARIES, LIMITS, AND PERSONS

1.6 FAITH IN THE SECULAR

1.7 GAMES, MARKETS, AND CAPITAL

 

PLENARY SESSON, FRIDAY, 11:15 AM-12:30 PM

US Bank Conference Theater (First Floor)

Co-Chairs:  Andrew Dilts and Shatema Threadcraft
 

Plenary Speaker:   Cristina Beltrán, New York University (cbeltran@nyu.edu)

Political Theory & Possible Futures:

Transformation or Gentrification?  

                                              

SESSION 2: FRIDAY, 2:00-4:00 PM

2.1 THE STRUGGLE FOR BLACK STANDING

2.2 CONTEMPORARY ANTIQUITY

2.3 DEMOCRACY'S FORMS: TECHNIQUES AND TECHNOLOGIES

2.4 THE RISE OF THE STATE AND THE APORIA OF LAW

2.5 JUDGMENT AND REASON

2.6 TERRITORIES AND MARKETS

                       

SESSION 3: FRIDAY, 4:15-6:15 PM

3.1 NEOLIBERALISM, IDEOLOGY, AND CRITIQUE

3.2 RACIAL NARRATIVES AND NARRATIVES OF RACE

3.3 REAL AND IMAGINED CHILDREN

3.4 HOBBES' GHOST(S) 

3.5 EMPIRE AND ITS LIMITS

3.6 THE HUMAN AND ITS OTHERS

 

SATURDAY MORNING MEETINGS, 8:00-9:15 AM

BOOK PROPOSAL WORKSHOP

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CAFE

PEDAGOGY PANEL

                                             

SESSION 4: SATURDAY, 9:20-10:50 AM

4.1 WORKSHOP 1: POLITICAL EPISTOMOLGOIES

4.2 WORKSHOP 2: GENDER AND PUBLIC BODIES

4.3 WORKSHOP 3: INCLUSION/EXCLUSION 

4.4 WORKSHOP 4: READING TEXTS--THE BIBLE, A PRAYER, AND DAVID FOSTER WALLACE

4.5 WORKSHOP 5: RESISTANCE

4.6 SOCIAL CONTROL AND BODILY FREEDOM

                                            

SESSION 5: SATURDAY, 11:00 AM-1:00 PM

5.1 PEDAGOGY AND PRAXIS

5.2 SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND COLLECTIVE ACTION

5.3 AESTHETICS, EXPERIENCE, AND THE POLIS

5.4 VIOLENCE, SETTLER COLONALISM, AND "HOME"

5.5 THE PLEBISCITE AND CONTESTATIONS OVER POLITICAL MEMBERSHIP

                       

SESSION 6: SATURDAY, 2:30-4:30 PM

6.1 ON THE POLITICAL: REALISTIC, FEASIBLE, OR CYNICAL?

6.2 RESPONSIBILTY, DISAGREEMENT, AND COERCION

6.3 POLITICS OF DEATH

6.4 WAR, PATRIOTISM, AND REVOLUTION

6.5 EVOLVING PUBLICS

                       

SESSION 7: SATURDAY, 4:45-6:45 PM

7.1 AFFECT AND FELT REGISTERS OF POWER

7.2 FREEDOM AND LIBERATION

7.3 MIGRANTS AND OTHER CITIZENS

7.4 TIME, SPACE, AND THE SELF

7.5 DISCOURSES OF AUTONOMY: ON THE MEDICAL AND THE POLITICAL

 

 

 

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