A few that I plan to attend are below. I will link the notes on my wiki to these listings, once they are written.
- Dr. Kean (I have no idea who he is) on Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy. 9:00am on Tuesdays, weeks 1-4. (St. Cross Building)
- Philip Pullman on “Poco a poco: The Fundamental Particles of Narrative.” 5:00pm on Friday of 4th week (Gulbenkian Lecture Theatre, St. Cross Buildings)
- Henry Shue on “Normative Theory and the Use of Force.” 2:00pm on Thursdays, weeks 1-4 and 5-6. (Examination Schools)
- Week 1: Just War Theory: Anachronism, Constraint, or Enabler?
- Week 2: Bombing ‘Dual-Use’ Facilities: Are Energy Sources Military or Civilian?
- Week 3: If Nuclear Deterrence Is Justified, Why Isn’t Terrorism?
- Week 4: Torture and Exceptional Circumstances
- Week 6: Bombing and Exceptional Circumstances: Walzer’s ‘Supreme Emergency’ Week 7: ‘Pre-emption’: Justified Preventive Attack on Terrorists’ WMD?
- Week 1: Embodied Law vs. Bodies of Law in the remaking of Landscape: the ‘Natural’ Legal and Moral Legacy of Sheep
- Week 2: Seeing like a Judge: Rivers, Law and Property
- Week 3: Images and Imagination in 20th Century Environmentalism
- Week 4: Bindings against Boundaries: Entanglements of Life in an Open World
- Week 5: Stonehenge: Its Landscape and its Architecture: A Re-analysis
- Week 6: The Politics of Risk and Radioactive Waste in the UK
- Week 7: The Politics of True Convenience or Inconvenient Truth? Struggles over how to Sustain Capitalism, Democracy and Ecology in the 21st Century?
- Week 8: Pathways to Sustainability? Knowledge, Power and Politics in Environment and Development
Are there any other interesting ones that people know about? I would be particularly keen to find something on climate change, environmental policy, etc.