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2007-08

Faculty Workshops
Graduate Workshops

Faculty Workshops


The papers presented during this year can be found in the 2011 Penn Press volume, Citizenship, Borders, and Human Needs.
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Graduate Workshops


"Authoring (In)Authenticity, Regulating Religious Tolerance: the Legal and Political Implications of Anti-Conversion Legislation for Indian Secularism"
Jennifer Coleman (Political Science, UPenn)
Discussant: Sourabh Singh (Sociology, Rutgers)
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"Establishing a Democratic Religion: Metaphysics and Democracy in the Debates Over the President's Commission on Higher Education"
Ethan Schrum, (History, UPenn)
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"Diversity and the Public Sphere"
Ryan Muldoon (Philosophy, UPenn)
Discussant: Katherina Glac (Legal Studies and Business Ethics, Wharton)
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"The University at the New Frontier: The Expansion of Higher Education and the Origins of the Student Movements of 1968 in France, Germany and Italy"
Ben Mercer (History, University of Pennsylvania
Discussant: Stefan Heumann (Political Science, Penn)
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Indigenous Populations, Citizenship and Constitutionalism in Latin America:

Christopher J. Fromherz (Law, UPenn):
"Indigenous Peoples' Courts:  Egalitarian Juridical Pluralism, Self-Determination, and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples."
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Meredith Staples (Political Science, Rutgers):
"Mexico, Indigenous Peoples and Citizenship"
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"American Legal Pragmatism and Jim Crow"
Hannah Wells (English, UPenn)
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"Luck, Responsibility, and Equality in Global Justice"
Mark Navin (Philosophy, UPenn)
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"Synthetic Slaves and the Living Dead: Rethinking Civil Death, the Thirteenth Amendment and Felon Disenfranchisement"
Luca Follis (New School for Social Research)
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The Judiciary, the Law and Democracy

Phillip Buckley (Graduate School of Education, UPenn):
"Critical Citizens or Loyal Citizens: Exploring the Role of Ideology in Student Speech Rights Cases."
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Claire (Seon Hye) Lim (Economics, UPenn):
"Turnover and Accountability of Appointed and Elected Judges."
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