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The outraged conscience of mankind: Asylum, refugees, and a human right to international freedom of movement  Seminar

Southampton Ethics Centre
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21 February 2017
Avenue Campus, Building 65, Room 2117

For more information regarding this seminar, please email Mary Andrew at .

Event details

This is a Southampton Ethics Centre Seminar.

Speaker information

Sarah Fine , Kings College London. Dr Fine’s research lies in the fields of contemporary political philosophy, ethics, and the history of modern political and social philosophy. She specialises in issues relating to migration and citizenship, with interests in a wide range of areas, including democratic theory, nationalism and patriotism, sovereignty, territory, multiculturalism and the politics of recognition, theories of justice, the ethics of political violence, race and ethnicity, and feminism and gender. Dr Fine is the co-editor (with Lea Ypi) of Migration in Political Theory: The Ethics of Movement and Membership(Oxford University Press, 2016), in which she has a chapter on the history and politics of racial and ethnic discrimination in immigration policy. Her monograph, Immigration and the Right to Exclude, is forthcoming with Oxford University Press. The book critically examines the dominant view that states enjoy a moral right to exclude would-be immigrants. She is also co-editing a book, Political Philosophy, Here and Now: Essays in Honour of David Miller (Oxford University Press, expected 2018) with Daniel Butt and Zofia Stemplowska, and she is working on a book project on migration for Polity Press.

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