PPE Events Fall 2023

This semester, the Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics will organize the following main events and activities.

PPE MEET AND GREET. The Kellogg Center will hold its annual Meet and Greet event on September 5, 2023, from 3:30-4:30pm. Please join us for an informal reception (free food) to learn more about the Kellogg Center, its faculty, students, and activities this year. The PPE Meet and Greet will take place at the Kellogg Center (820 University City Blvd, free parking).

PPE WORKING PAPER SERIES. The Center organizes a working paper series that allows PPE Core Faculty, PPE Research Fellows, and PPE Affiliated Faculty members to present some of their work in progress. The series offers a friendly and constructive environment for sharing and advancing preliminary research in PPE and is typically combined with a lunch with participants, including interested undergraduate and graduate students. For the lineup of speakers, please see the PPE Calendar.

PPE CINEMA. The PPE Cinema welcomes faculty and students from across campus who are interested in watching and discussing great films. Together we watch movies on the big screen in the conference room at the Kellogg Center and discuss the questions in philosophy, politics, and economics they raise. For the screening schedule, please see the PPE Calendar.

PPE RESEARCH SPEAKER SERIESThe Kellogg Center will host two research talks this semester. On September 20, 2023 (4-5:30pm), Julie Rose will give a talk with the title “The Future of Work? The Political Theory of Work and Leisure.” On October 4, 2023 (4-5:30pm), Lukas Meyer will give a talk on “Distributive Justice and the Global Emissions Budget.” The talks are tailored to appeal to both faculty and students and provides time for discussion and interaction with the guest speaker. The research speaker talks will be followed by a public reception.

PPE LUNCHTIME TALKThe Kellogg Center will host a PPE Lunchtime Talk this semester. On October 25, 2023 (11-12:30pm), Jordan Adamson will give a talk with the title “A Practical Public Goods Mechanism for Policing.” All faculty and students are welcome to attend. We will go for lunch after the talk.

To learn more about these events and a complete list of upcoming events organized by the Kellogg Center, please visit the PPE Calendar. PPE events are open to the public and all faculty and students are cordially invited to attend.

If you are an individual with a disability and desire an accommodation, please contact Holly Belcher (hollymb2@nullvt.edu) at least ten business days before the event.

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