Sep 2018: The University of Cologne (Germany). ‘Epistemic resistance’. Plurality in Philosophy and Beyond: 10th International Conference of the German Society for Analytic Philosophy (GAP 10) (forthcoming).
Aug 2018: Leibniz University of Hanover (Germany). ‘UK austerity and epistemic exclusion’. European Network for the Philosophy of the Social Sciences (ENPOSS) 2018 (scheduled – unable to attend).
Aug 2018: Tufts University (US). ‘The global community and remedial responsibilities’. Social Ontology 2018: 11th Biennial Collective Intentionality Conference (scheduled – unable to attend).
Aug 2018: University of Melbourne (Australia). ‘Epistemic nudging’. Current Trends in Social Epistemology.
June 2018: University of Pavia (Italy). ‘Epistemic injustice and the tools of the oppressor’. Contemporary Issues Across Ethics & Epistemology.
June 2018: University of Minho (Portugal). ‘Epistemic injustice and the tools of the oppressor’. IX Braga Meetings on Ethics and Political Philosophy.
Jun 2018: LSE: Dept of Govt (UK). ‘Just resistance: the permissibility of epistemic nudging in overcoming harm’. Injustice, Resistance, and Progress (co-sponsored with the Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics, US).
May 2018: ACU Melbourne (Australia). ‘Just resistance: the permissibility of epistemic nudging in overcoming epistemic harm’. Moral Epistemology.
Apr 2018: University of Oxford (UK). ‘Just resistance: the permissibility of epistemic nudging in overcoming epistemic harm’. 2018 Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory.
Mar 2018: LSE: Dept of Govt (UK). ‘Injustice, insight, and resistance’. Fourth Political Theory Graduate Conference.
Aug 2017: University of Madrid (Spain). ‘Testimonial injustice and epistemic objectification’. Graduate and Early Career summer school in Social Epistemology.
Aug 2017: LMU (Munich). ‘A non-instrumentalist account of epistemic objectification’. The 9th Congress of the European Society for Analytic Philosophy (ECAP 9).
Jul 2017: Edinburgh (UK). ‘How might compensation form a part of the negative duty not to harm, in the case of global poverty?’. The 91st Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association: speaker at the Postgraduate Session.
Jun 2017: Copenhagen (Denmark). ‘Alleviating global poverty: Why the easiest action is also one that is demanded of us’. Annual Conference of the Society for Applied Philosophy (SAP 2017).
May 2017: University of St Andrews (UK). ‘Individual charitable giving and the negative duty not to harm’. St Andrews CEPPA Conference on ‘The Ethics of Giving’.
May 2017: University of Manchester (UK). ‘Envisioning the profession we want’ (panel member). SWIP / BPA annual conference; plenary session panel member.
Apr 2017: Stockholm University (Sweden). ‘Global Poverty and individual duties’. The 5th Stockholm Philosophy Graduate Conference.
Nov 2016: University of Oxford (UK). ‘How might compensation form a part of the negative duty not to harm, in the case of global poverty?’. The 20th Oxford Annual Graduate Philosophy Conference.
Oct 2016: University College Cork (Ireland). ‘Performative personhood and shared group agency’. I, You and We Phi: The First Cork Annual Workshop on Social Agency.
Sep 2016: MANCEPT, Manchester (UK). ‘An ontological account of group-agent / individual-agent differences in responsibilities and rights’. The MANCEPT 2016 Workshops: Collective Moral Agency and Global Justice.
Aug 2016: The Hague (Netherlands). ‘An ontological account of group-agent / individual-agent differences in responsibilities and rights’. The International Social Ontology Society (ISOS): Collective Intentionality X.
Mar 2016: University of Tartu (Estonia). ‘Suggestions and Challenges for a Social Account of Sensitivity’. 2016 Graduate conference in Social Epistemology.