20 April 2016

with 98.48% reporting

leaving aside party affiliation for a moment

Clinton: 1037344
Sanders:  752739
Trump:    518601
Kasich:    214765
Cruz:       123894
Carson:             0

19 April 2016

Dissertation defense!

Regan Rule

"O My Friend, There is No Friend: A Non-Ideal, Feminist Theory of Aristotelian Friendship and Eudaimonia"

Monday, April 25th

NYS Primary Day

get your voting on.

13 April 2016

SPEL courses for next semester

SPEL Colloquium
PHIL 570Q* SPEL Colloquium Karnein R 11:45 am--1:05 pm

SPEL seminars:
PHIL 508* Social and Political Theory Iser        W 1:40 pm--4:40 pm (1st Year Seminar)
PHIL 605A Work, Well-Being, Justice Knapp R 1:40 pm--4:40 pm TBA
PHIL 650G Adorno                                 Pensky T 1:40 pm--4:40 pm Continental and   Metaphysics & Epistemology
PHIL 650H The Imagination                 Zinkin     W 5:50 pm-8:50 pm Anglo, History,   Continental and Metaphysics & Epistemology

Undergraduate courses that SPEL students may wish to "sit in" on to pass proficiency requirements:
PHIL 201 Plato and Aristotle Tessman TR 10:05 am--11:30 am

11 April 2016

Dissertation defense


Gary Santillanes

Studies in Moral Relativism

Monday, April 18th

08 April 2016

Conference on ethical issues in international affairs

April 14th, 2016                 

Keynote Address
5:00 – 7:00: Andrew Altman (Distinguished University Professor, Georgia State University)

"International Law and the Targeted Killing of Terrorists"

April 15th, 2016: Workshop

8:30 – 9:40  Graham Parsons (Asst Prof, West Point)
"Families and Armies in Traditional Social Contract Theory"

9:50 – 11:00  Candice Delmas (Asst. Prof., Northeastern)
"The Ethics of Hacktivism"

11:10 – 12:20 Danielle Wenner (Asst. Prof., Carnegie Mellon)
"Boycotting Labor Injustice"

12:20 – 1:30  Lunch

1:30 – 2:40  Maxim Pensky (Professor, Binghamton)
"Two Cheers for the Impunity Norm"

2:50 – 4:00   Jeff Flynn (Assoc. Prof., Fordham)
"Human Dignity and the Genealogy of Human Rights"

07 April 2016

Conducting a non-academic job search

GCOS Workshop: Conducting a Non-Academic Job Search

The Graduate Community of Scholars and the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development are co-sponsoring a workshop titled "Navigating the Non-Academic Job Market," presented by Holly Horn, Assistant Director of the Fleishman Center. The workshop will provide strategies and resources for finding and applying to jobs outside academia. The workshop will take place on Friday, April 8, from noon to 1 p.m. in University Union room 133A. Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP togcos@binghamton.edu if interested.

SPEL Colloquium: Friday 8 April

Randall Curren
Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Education (secondary)
University of Rochester

"Market Credentialism and the Structure of Opportunity"

Fri 8 Apr
UUW 324