I am organizing a small workshop on recognition and poverty. The workshop will be held at the Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research (CEPR) of the University of Salzburg on 15 and 16 November 2018. Draft papers will be shared among all registered participants two weeks in advance.
Guests are welcomed but need to register via e-mail until 1 November 2018 at gottfried.schweiger[a]sbg.ac.at
Address: Mönchsberg 2a, 5020 Salzburg
15 November 2018
10.00 Misrecognition and Divided Agency: Does Micro-Finance Empower Women?
By David Ingram (Loyola University Chicago)
11.30 Recognition, respect and political agency: the case for a deliberative approach to poverty alleviation policies
By Pedro Lippmann (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Université de Rennes I.) and Katarina Fragoso (Université Catholique de Louvain)
13.30 Universal Basic Income: A recognition-based politics against poverty
By Gustavo Cunha (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianópolis)
15.00 The Recognition of Social Suffering: Duties to ‘Unblock’ Barriers to Emancipation in Global Poverty
By Monica Mookherjee (Keele University)
16.30 Recognition, Poverty and the Criminal Law
By Javier Cigüela Sola (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya)
17.45 End of Day 1
16 November 2018
09.30 Beyond Redistribution:Recognition Theory and Global Justice
By Renante Pilapil (Ateneo de Davao University)
11.00 The White Working Class, Poverty, and Recognition
By Dylan Rohr (University of California, Riverside)
13.00 Fichte’s Concept of Recognition and Poverty as Material Deprivation
By Esther Lea Neuhann (University of Frankfurt)
14.30 The dialectic of poverty and recognition in Hegel’s Philosophy of Right
By Bernardo Ferro (New University of Lisbon)
15.45 End of Day 2
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I am a social and political philosopher.