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Judgement, Relationality, Care: A Celebration of the Work of Jennifer Nedelsky

Judgement, Relationality, Care: A Celebration of the Work of Jennifer Nedelsky
15 Devonshire Place, Larkin Building, Room 200
Time: Oct 27th, 9:00 am End: Oct 27th, 5:00 pm
Interest Categories: United States Studies, Political Science, Law, Faculty of , Ethics, 2000-
Symposium

The Faculty of Law and Department of Political Science presents

Judgement, Relationality, Care: A Celebration of the Work of Jennifer Nedelsky

Conferences

This is a symposium devoted to a discussion of the work of Jennifer Nedelsky. It will begin with introductory reflections on Jenny’s first book devoted to the theme of property and American Constitutionalism and then proceed with three panels each devoted to an important theme of Jenny’s subsequent work: political judgement, law’s relations and work-care relations.

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Schedule:

10:45-11:00
Coffee and iIntroductory Remarks by Peggy Kohn (University of Toronto)

11:00-11:15
Jennifer Nedelsky (University of Toronto): Reflections on My Work So Far

11:15-12:00
Joan Tronto (University of Minnesota): A Retrospective on Nedelsky’s Work

12:00-12:20
Discussion on Nedelsky and Tronto

12:20-1:15
Lunch

1:15-2:30 Political Judgement
Melissa Williams (University of Toronto), Torrey Shanks (University of Toronto), Anna Drake (University of Waterloo)

2:30-3:45 Law’s Relations
Rebecca Kingston (University of Toronto), Mara Marin (University of Toronto Centre for Ethics), Christine Sypnowich (Queen’s University)

3:45-4:00
Coffee

4:00-5:15 Work-Care Relations
Tom Malleson (University of Western Ontario), Kerry Rittich (University of Toronto), Rachael Desborough (University of Toronto)

For further information, please contact the Faculty of Law at (416) 978-0210

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