Political Philosophy Looks to Antarctica

Monday 4th September

9.15-9.30

Alejandra Mancilla

Introduction and welcome

9.30-10.20

Alejandra Mancilla

The moral limits of territorial claims in Antarctica: a preliminary analysis

10.30-11.20

Julia Jabour

The rules of engagement in the Antarctic

11.20-11.45

Coffee-break

 

11.45-12.35

Klaus Dodds

Post-colonial geopolitics and Antarctica

12.35-14.00

Lunch

 

14.00-14.50

Adrian Howkins

Science and Politics in the McMurdo Dry Valleys: an Antarctic exception?

15.00-15.50

Dorottya Bognar

The mandatory Polar Code and shipping in Antarctic waters: history, challenges, and future directions

Tuesday 5th September

9.30-10.20

Eric Røsæg

Creating legal rights from nothing

10.30-11.20

Doaa Abdel-Motaal

The governance of Antarctica, past, present and future

11.20-11.45

Coffee-break

 

11.45-12.45

Anniken Krutnes and Jane Rumble

The State of Antarctic Governance – as seen from two Antarctic States

 

12.45-14.00

Lunch

 

14.00-14.50

Everyone

Wrap-up and discussion

15.00-16.00

Project members

Meeting to divide labor and decide future meetings

***Registration is free and open to everyone, and includes lunch on both days. The places, however, are limited. If you are interested in attending, please send an email confirming your attendance and any dietary preferences to Anne Lise Bækholt-Pound, and copy to Alejandra Mancilla.

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