About the Critique Research Seminar Series
The Critique Research Seminar Series offers the opportunity for advanced undergraduates to present their research to peers in a relaxed environment. The papers presented at each seminar are based either on independent research conducted by the student or a research-based module such as the final-year dissertation. Each seminar consists of a forty minuets presentation of a paper followed by an hour of chaired discussion.
If you are interested in presenting your work please send a 500 word abstract for your paper, details as to whether the paper is based on work for a module or an independent piece of work, along with name, year and university and departmental affiliations to email@example.com. Please note that, unfortunately, we are able to offer funding for students not at Durham.
If you are interested in chairing a seminar, please send details of your year, modules taken and areas of specialism to firstname.lastname@example.org
Clara Senior (Durham)- Could there have been nothing? Armstrong's combinatorial conception of possible worlds as an opposition to the Subtraction Argument.
14:00-16:00, 17th January 2017; Room 10, 48 Old Elvet.
Charlie Smith (Durham)- Moral Surveillance? Democratic Discourse and the Habermasian Critique of Untargeted Mass Surveillance.
14:00-16:00, 31st January 2017; Room 10, 48 Old Elvet.
Sebastían Sánchez-Schilling (Durham)- An Aretaic Turn? Politics in the 20th Century Virtue Ethics Revival.
14:00-16:00, 15th November 2017; Room 10, 48 Old Elvet.