Bayreuth-Rotterdam Colloquium in Social and Political Philosophy (BaRoC)
The Bayreuth-Rotterdam Colloquium in Social and Political Philosophy (BaRoC) is a monthly colloquium organized jointly by the Department of Philosophy of the University of Bayreuth (Germany) and by the School of Philosophy of Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands). It is normally held on Tuesdays at 16:00 (CET) and takes place online. To participate, please email Claudia Ficht (firstname.lastname@example.org) and you will receive an invitation to the online event. The conveners are Gabriel Wollner (Bayreuth) and Nicholas Vrousalis (Rotterdam).
Academic Programme Summer 2021
This term’s theme is “Socialism and Feminism”:
- June 8: Tine Haubner (Jena): "Exploitation reloaded: The Informal Care Reserve Army in Germany from a Marxist-Feminist Perspective" +++ postponed +++
- June 22: Christine Sypnowich (Queen’s University): „Feminism and Egalitarianism: Socialist Hopes for the Happy Couple"
- July 6: Lillian Cicerchia (FU Berlin): “Antinomies of Socialist Feminism“
Academic Programme Winter 2020/21
This term’s theme is “Social Freedom and the Value of Collective Action”:
- November 24: Yannig Luthra (Bayreuth): “Instrumentalization”
- December 8: Philipp Schink (Bayreuth): “Some Problems of Cooperation”
- January 19: Eva von Redecker (Verona): “Dominion and Anti-Social Freedom”
- January 28th (Exceptional time: 10am!) Stephanie Collins (Melbourne): „Make Shell Pay: Individual Responsibility and Environmental Norms“
- February 9: Mirjam Müller (HU Berlin): “Resisting Structural Exploitation“