Philosophy of Immigration
A Roundtable Discussion of Works in Progress
On Friday, November 2nd, the Program on Values in Society at the University of Washington will host a one-day workshop to discuss a range of normative issues surrounding documented and undocumented migration.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Martín Chamorro, PhD Candidate. University of Colorado, Boulder, Department of Philosophy.
Talk Title: "The Proportionality of Open Borders and Exclusion"
Amy Reed-Sandoval, PhD Candidate. University of Washington, Department of Philosophy.
Talk Title: "Understanding Undocumented Migrant Exploitation as Injustice"
12:00-1:00 Brown Bag Lunch
José Jorge Mendoza, PhD. Worcester State University, Department of Philosophy.
Talk Title: "On Enforcement and Explusion Strategies: A Rejection of a State's Unilateral Right to Control Immigration"
Adam Hosein, PhD. University of Colorado, Boulder, Department of Philosophy.
Talk Title: "Where Are You Really From? Ethnic Selection in Liberal Democracies"
Shelley Wilcox, PhD. San Francisco State University, Department of Philosophy.
Talk Title: "Transnational Justice and the Morality of Territorial Borders"
This event is free and open to the public. Advanced registration is not required. The workshop will be held in Savery 408, and will run from 9:30-5:30. Lunch and light refreshments will be served. A more detailed schedule of the talks is forthcoming.
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