Political Theory Workshop

Spring 2018

Workshops are held on Mondays, 12:00-1:20pm, in Pick 506, unless otherwise noted*

March 28:
Gabriele Pedullà, Università Degli Studi Roma Tre
“Machiavelli’s hidden master: Rediscovering Dionysius of Halicarnassus”
*This is a Wednesday. We will meet at 5pm in Rosenwald 405
Co-hosted with the Early Modern and Mediterranean Worlds Workshop

April 9:
Natasha Piano, UChicago PhD Candidate, Political Science
“Revisiting Democratic Elitism: The Italian School of Elitism, American Political Science, and the Problem of Plutocracy”

April 16:
Daniel Nichanian, UChicago Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in the SSD
“From Violence to Suffrage: Agency and Competence in Depictions of Antislavery Fighting”

April 22:
Tejas Parasher, UChicago PhD Candidate
“Representation and Colonial Power in India”

April 30:
Agatha Slupek, UChicago PhD Student
“Enter the Furies: Feminism, Justice, and the Question of Revenge”

May 7:
Massimiliano Tomba, UC Santa Cruz
“1918: The Constitutional Anomalies of Insurgent Universality”
Co-hosted with the Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory

May 14:
Jeremy Seigman UChicago PhD Candidate
“The Politics of Antagonism in Israeli-Palestinian Market Encounters”