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“Welcoming Refugees? Rootlessness, In-Betweenness, and Belonging”

Abstract: How do we responsibly welcome refugees into our political communities as active participants?

“In Defense of Uncivil Disobedience”

Abstract: In this paper I want to unseat civil disobedience from its pedestal and make conceptual and normative space for uncivil disobedience.

“Russell, Reflective Equilibrium, and the Analytic Method”

Abstract: Open any entry on the history of the method of inquiry known as reflective equilibrium (RE) and you are sure to find this view attributed to John Rawls….

“Talking over the fence: Dialogue and integration in interdisciplinary research.”

Abstract: Interdisciplinary research is a mode of inquiry that aims to combine different disciplinary perspectives on a common problem……