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The North American Society for Social Philosophy

34rd International

Social Philosophy Conference

Justice: Social, Criminal & Juvenile

July 13 to July 15, 2017

Loyola University

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Welcome.  Just a few things before we begin.  [A PDF version of the program is available here: Web version of Program]

We would like to remind you that our accessibility guidelines for the conference stipulate that under no circumstances may the lighting be changed in any of the rooms and that powerpoint or other projected light may not be used unless your session is already specified on the printed program as one in which this sort of technology will be used. Chairs, it will be part of your job to make sure that presenters follow these guidelines during your sessions.

For chairs who are moderating sessions that are not marked on the program as containing powerpoint or video, please make sure that projector screens are up and projectors are off at the beginning of the session and remain this way.

For chairs who are moderating sessions that are already marked on the program as containing powerpoint or video, we ask that you make sure to turn off the overhead projector and put the projector screen up at the end of the presentation that is using this technology.

Our sessions are in several different buildings:

Klarcheck Information Commons, 4th Floor                 ICC, 4th Fl.

Cudahy Science Hall                                                          Cudahy

Cuneo Hall                                                                            Cuneo

Damen Student Center                                                       Damen

Coffey Hall, McCormick Lounge                                    McCormick

Dumbach Hall                                                                      Dumbach

Crown Center for the Humanities                                    Crown

 

Key for sessions:

*  Using Powerpoint

**  Due to Academic Boycott of International Conferences held in the US, will be Skyping in.

 

 

Thursday, July 13

 

Registration & Book Display:  8:15 am – 12:00 pm (ICC, 4th Fl.)

 

 

Session I:  9:00 ‐ 10:20 am

I-A.  Mass Incarceration and Justice (Damen 216)

Chair:   Corwin Aragon, Cal Poly Pomona

Toward a Discourse Democratic Critique of the American Criminal Justice System

  • Seth Mayer, Manchester University, Indiana

Mass Incarceration, Functionalism, and Game Theory*

  • Jeffrey R. Hastings, Binghamton University

 

I-B.  Corporate Responsibilities (Cudahy 202)

Chair: Jonathan Peterson, Loyola University New Orleans

Does it Matter Whether Corporations are Part of the Basic Structure of Society?

  • Brian Berkey, University of Pennsylvania

Bioethics, Complementarity, and Corporate Criminal Liability

  • Ryan Long, Philadelphia University

 

I-C.  Justice in Education (Cuneo 324)

Chair: Katrina England, Binghamton University

Substantive Reciprocity and Educational Justice*

  • Jenn Dum, Binghamton University, SUNY Religious Schools,                                                                   Indoctrination and the Broader Scope of Harm
  • Michael Merry, University of Amsterdam

 

I-D.   Oppression and Underrepresentation (McCormick)

Chair: Andrea C. Westlund, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

The Unique Injustice of Underrepresentation in Videogames*

  • Joshua Crabill, University of Indianapolis                                                                                                                        The Game is Rigged: Responsibility Under Oppression
  • Nicole Dular, Franklin College

 

Refreshment Break:  10:20 – 10:40 am (ICC, 4th Fl.)

 

 

Session II:  10:40 am ‐ 12:00 pm

II-ARestorative Justice (Damen 216)

Chair: Ryan Long, Philadelphia University

Restoration and Democratic Justice

  • Richard M. Buck, Mount St. Mary’s University                                                                                                                The Relational Definition of Punishment
  • Luke Maring, Northern Arizona University

 

II-B.  Mental and Terminal Illness and Choice (ICC, 4th Fl.)

Chair: Vita Emery, Fordham University

Mental Illness Stigma and Epistemic Credibility

  • Abigail Gosselin, Regis University

Disability Discrimination in Laws Governing Assistance in Dying and Organ Donation

  • Heidi Malm, Loyola University Chicago

 

II-C.  Nietzschean Perspectives (Cuneo 324)

Chair: Jenn Dum, Binghamton University, SUNY

Intersubjectivity and Deep Possession: Nietzsche on Liberating Education

  • Katrina England, Binghamton University

ISIS in the Afterlife?

  • Geoffrey Karabin, Neumann College

 

II-D.  Epistemic Wrongness and Badness (McCormick)

Chair:  Nancy Arden McHugh, Wittenberg University

Identity-Prejudice Belief’s Unique Epistemic Badness*

  • Eric Bayruns Garcia, The Graduate Center, CUNY                                                                                                             Toward Restorative Justice in Epistemic Justice
  • Ben Almassi, Governors State University

 

Lunch: 12:00 – 1 pm, on one’s own

 

Session III:  1:00 ‐ 3:00 pm

III-A. The Ethics of Policing (ICC, 4th Fl.)

Chair: Kathryn Norlock, Trent University

Policing and Virtue Ethics: A Means for Reform

  • Jennifer A. Baker, College of Charleston

Police-Led Referrals to Treatment for Substance Use Disorders: An examination of the Safe Passage Initiative

  • Jessica Reichert, Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority

Police Identity and Affirmative Action

  • Vita Emery, Fordham University

 

III-B. Structural Epistemic Injustice (Damen 216)

Chair:  Eric Bayruns Garcia, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Resisting Structural Epistemic Injustice*

  • Michael D. Doan, Eastern Michigan University

Faces of Epistemic Oppression

  • Corwin Aragon, Cal Poly Pomona

Ending Life: Incarceration, Health and Institutional Epistemic Injustice*

  • Nancy Arden McHugh, Wittenberg University

 

III-C.  Public Reason and Discourse on Justice (Cuneo 324)

Chair: Seth Mayer, Manchester University, Indiana

Just Wide Enough: Public Reason and Indeterminacy

  • James Boettcher, Saint Joseph’s University

The Irreducible Sociality of Public Reason: Why Sharing is Not Enough

  • Joshua Keton, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Is, Ought, and Justice

  • Matt Silliman, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

 

III-D.  Families and Criminal Justice (Cudahy 202)

Chair: Caroline Perry, University of Michigan

Weighing in the Balance: Reflections on the Sentencing Process from a Children’s Rights Perspective

  • Aisling Parkes, University College Cork, Ireland

The Increasing Cost of Justice: The Impact of Legal Debts on Individuals and Families

  • Lily Gleicher, Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority

Conjugal Visits and Skype Calls from Prison: The Moral Im- portance of Enabling Inmates to Maintain Special Relationships

  • Alida Liberman, University of Indianapolis

 

III-E.  Bias and its Effects (McCormick)

Chair: Richard M. Buck, Mount St. Mary’s University

Baskets Full of Biases: A Continuum of Biases and Their Differentia

  • Eric Chelstrom, St. Mary’s University

Does Voir Dire Undermine the Epistemic Purpose of Criminal Trials?

  • John R. Harris, Texas Christian University

Does Ideology Critique Rest on a Mistake?

  • Kirun Sankaran, Brown University

 

Refreshment Break:  3 – 3:30 pm (ICC, 4th Fl.)

 

 

First Plenary Session: 3:30—5:30 pm

Criminal Justice in Cook County

(ICC, 4th Fl.)

 

Chair: Ann Levey, University of Calgary

 

Superintendent Leonard B. Dixon, Cook County Juvenile Detention Center

Karen Daniel, Esq., Clinical Professor of Law, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law; Director, Center on Wrongful Convic- tions.

Laura Caldwell, J.D., Professor of Law, Loyola University Chi- cago School of Law; Founder and Director, Loyola’s Life after Innocence Project

 

Reception and Banquet: 6:15 – 9:15 pm (Uncommon Ground, 1401 W. Devon Ave.)

 

Friday, July 14

 

Registration & Book Display:  8:15 am – 12:00 pm (ICC, 4th Fl.)

 

Session IV: 9:00 ‐ 10:20 am

IV-A.  Immigration, Marginalized Communities and Justice

(Cudahy 206)

Chair: Tracey Nicholls, Lewis University

Decolonizing “Colonias”: Naming Neighborhoods on the US- Mexico Border

  • Ian Werkheiser, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Identitarian/Communitarian: Immigration Justice and the Alt- Right

  • Kyle Thomsen, Saint Francis University

 

IV-B.  Responsibilities to Trauma Survivors (Dumbach 118)

Chair: Lavender McKittrick-Sweitzer, Ohio State University

Trauma, Transformation, and the Rationality of Desire

  • Amber Rose Carlson, Vanderbilt University

Willing Grief Otherwise: Stories of Unscripted Interpreting in Cases of Sexual Violence

  • Kit Connor, University of Oregon

 

IV-C.  Immigration and Identity (Dumback 229)

Chair: Mark Navin, Oakland University

Passing and Authentic Selves: An Immigrant’s Philosophical Reflections

  • Roksana Alavi, University of Oklahoma

To Have or Not to Have a World: Hannah Arendt on Refuge

  • Florian Johannes Grosser, UC Berkeley / University of St. Gallen

 

IV-D.  Options to Current Criminal Sanctions (Crown 140)

Chair: Emily McGill-Rutherford, Keene State College

Pedophilia and the Legal Implications of “Significant Volitional Impairment”*

  • Caroline Elizabeth Perry, University of Michigan

Prostitution and Social Justice: Alternative Legal Approaches

  • Jeffrey Gauthier, University of Portland

 

IV-E.  Trusting Relationships and Trusting Groups (Crown 142)

Chair: Joshua Keton, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Blame, Trust, and Epistemic Injustice*

  • Kayleigh A. Doherty, University of Sheffield                                                                                                                     Trusting Groups and Group Trustworthiness*
  • Caleb Andrew Harrison, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

 

Refreshment Break:  10:20 – 10:40 am (ICC, 4th Fl. )

 

 

Session V: 10:40 am ‐ 12:00 pm

V-A.  The Role of Empathy (Cudahy 206)

Chair: Caleb Harrison, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Should We Care About Empathy?

  • Elizabeth Ann Sperry, William Jewell College                                                                                                          Empathy and Its Central Role in Racial Justice
  • Atabak Akhlaghi, University of Oklahoma

 

V-B.  Relational Autonomy (Dumbach 118)

Chair: Aisling Parkes, University College Cork, Ireland

Relational Autonomy and Practical Authority

  • Andrea C. Westlund, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee

You Say Autonomy, I Say Justice

  • Emily McGill-Rutherford, Keene State College

 

V-C.  Immigration and Exclusion (Dumbach 229)

Chair: Ian Werkheiser, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

An Argument for a Historicized Intersectional Analysis of the Treatment of Undocumented Populations

  • Zahra Meghani, University of Rhode Island

Injustices from the Institutions: Denial to Be Considered as a Subject of Justice

  • Irene Ortiz, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

 

V-D.  Boundaries of Compassion and of Slurs (Crown 140)

Chair: I. Larry Udell, West Chester University

The Limits of Compassion: Why One Should Not Have Com- passion for Nazis

  • Barrett Emerick, St. Mary’s College of Maryland

Who’s Afraid of Slurs? (co-authored with Matthias Jenny, Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology)

  • Nicole Dular, Franklin University)

V-E.  Combining Nussbaum (Crown 142)

Chair: Sarah MacIntosh, West Chester University

Identifying Exploitation and Providing Care:

Unifying the Capabilities Approach and Feminist Contractarian- ism

  • Lavender McKittrick-Sweitzer, Ohio State University

How to Combine Nussbaum and Rawls

  • Chris Lowry, University of Waterloo**

 

Lunch:  12:00 – 1:15 pm, on one’s own

 

Executive Committee Meeting: 12 – 1 pm (Damen Student Cen- ter 114)

 

 

Second Plenary Session: 1:15—3:15 pm

(ICC, 4th Fl.)

 

Chair: Elizabeth Sperry, William Jewell College

 

“Unmaking and Remaking the World in Long- Term Solitary Confinement”

Lisa Guenther, Vanderbilt University

 

Refreshment Break & Graduate Student Award Presentation:

3:15 – 3:45 pm (ICC, 4th Fl.)

 

 

Session VI:  3:45 – 5:15 pm

VI-A. Punishment and Injustice (Cudahy 206)

Chair: Matt Silliman, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

 

Criminal Punishment and Privatization

  • Jonathan Peterson, Loyola University New Orleans Punishment and Transformation*
  • Jennifer Lackey, Northwestern University

The Felony Murder Rule as an Unjustifiable Regime of Strict Liability

  • Sira Grosso, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna / University

of Florida

 

VI-B.  Examinations of Racism (Dumbach 119)

Chair:  Barrett Emerick, St. Mary’s College of Maryland

 

What Accounts of “Racism” Do*

  • Alberto G. Urquidez, Purdue University

On The Connection Between Racist Ideology and Institutional Racism *

  • César Cabezas, Columbia University

To Be Seen: Bryan Stevenson, Michel Foucault, and the Power of Political Visibility*

  • Margaret Allison Betz, West Chester University

 

VI-C. The Election: . . .  (Dumbach 229)

Chair: Carol Gould, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY

 

Democratic Authorization in a Time of Injustice

  • Jennifer Szende, Trent University

Reading Masha Gessen in the Age of IDGAF Politics

  • Tracey Nicholls, Lewis University Against the Ally Identity
  • Suzanne Neefus, Michigan State University

 

VI-D.  Children and Choices (Crown 140)

Chair: Michael Merry, University of Amsterdam

 

Trading Chickenpox for Shingles?: Intergenerational Ethics, Po- litical Justification, and The Exogenous Boosting Hypothesis*

  • Mark Navin, Oakland University

Added Sugar, Lessened Agency: Oppression in Low-Income Household Diets

  • Yiran Zhang, Loyola University Chicago

Donor Dilemmas: On Making Meaning and Choosing for a Child

  • Amanda Roth, SUNY Geneseo

 

VI-E. Justice in Context: Global and Domestic Questions (Crown 142)

Chair: Robert Michael Farley, Hillsborough College

 

Legitimacy and Revolt: A Realist Alternative

  • Adam Burgos, Bucknell University

 

Rawlsian Justice and the Social Determinants of Health*

  • Douglas MacKay & Jayna Fishman, UNC-Chapel Hill Further Notes on Rawls and the Libertarians*
  • Larry Udell, West Chester University

 

 

NASSP 2016 Book Award 5:30—7:00 pm

(Crown Center Auditorium)

 

Dark Ghettos: Injustice, Dissent and Reform

By Tommie Shelby

 

Chair: Gregory Hoskins, Villanova University Commentators:  Patrick Taylor Smith

Emily McGill Rutherford Greg Hoskins

 

Author’s Response Reception: 7:00 – 8:00 (Crown Center Lobby) Dinner:  on one’s own

 

Saturday, July 15

 

Session VII: 9:00 ‐ 10:20 am

VII-A.  Animal Ethics (Cuneo 117)

Chair: Timothy Weidel, Gonzaga University

 

Coercion, Direct Action, and Justice for Animals

  • Robert Michael Farley, Hillsborough College Non-Human Animal Exploitation*
  • Michael Barnes & Hailey Huget, Georgetown Univer- sity

 

VII-B. Just War Theory (Cuneo 202)

Chair: Tempest Henning, Vanderbilt University

 

Why Punishment is Not a Just Cause for War

  • Jordy Rocheleau, Austin Peay State University Walzer’s Soldiers: Gender and Discrimination in War
  • Graham Parsons, United States Military Academy

 

VII-C. Restorative Justice in Theory and Practice (Cuneo 203)

Chair: Amber Rose Carlson, Vanderbilt University

 

The Restorative Blind Spot in Philosophy*

  • Shane Epting, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Indirect Victims and Restorative Justice: With regard to the Post-Agreement in Colombia (co-authored with Yuber Hernando Rojas Ariza & Ledis Bohorquez Farfan)
  • Mary Angélica Ramirez Salazar, Pontificia Bolivariana

University, Colombia

 

VII-D.  Philosophy and Disability (Cuneo 218)

Chair: Christine Wieseler, University of Texas Health Science Center

 

Rethinking Reasonable Accommodations

  • Jeffrey M. Brown, University of Northern Colorado Intersectionality and (Intellectual) Disability
  • Sean P. Wilson, Duquesne University

 

VII-E.  Rethinking Accepted Paradigms (Cuneo 302)

Chair: Zach Hoskins, University of Nottingham

 

Climate, Capitalism, Sartre, de Beauvoir, Camus

  • David Schweickart, Loyola University Chicago

Is Information Co-Produced by Indigenous Peoples and Scien- tists Admissible as Evidence?

  • David Isaac, University of Western Ontario, Faculty

of Law**

 

 

Refreshment Break:  10:20 – 10:40 am (ICC, 4th Fl.)

 

 

Session VIII:  10:40 am ‐ 12 noon

VIII-A.  Injustice within Criminal Justice (Cuneo 117)

Chair: Robert Michael Farley, Hillsborough College

 

A Kantian Argument Against Solitary Confinement

  • Krista Thomason, Swarthmore College

The Case Against Life Without Parole Sentences in the U.S*

  • Kevin Liu, The George Washington University

 

VIII-B. Justice and Sentencing (Cuneo 202)

Chair:  Benjamin Kenofer, Michigan State University

 

Sex Offender Registration as (Cruel and Unusual) Punishment

  • Albert D. Spalding, Wayne State University

Why Limiting Abortion to Instances of Rape is Problematic*

  • Kayla Grace Bohannon, University of Kentucky

 

VIII-C.  Justice for Ignored Categories (Cuneo 203)

Chair: Joan Woolfrey, West Chester University

 

New Directions in Elder Justice

  • Tim R. Johnston, Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders

Justice for (and by) Philosophers: Professional Ethics and Pun- ishing our Own

  • Timothy Weidel, Gonzaga University

 

VIII-D. Anti-Carceral and Intersectional Feminisms (Cuneo 218)

Chair: Jeffrey M. Brown, University of Northern Colorado

 

Anti-Carceral Feminism and Sexual Assault: A Defense

  • Chloë Taylor, University of Alberta

When and Where I Carry: Black Feminism and the Right to Bear Arms

  • Tempest Henning, Vanderbilt University

 

VIII-E.  Status of (and as) Offenders (Cuneo 302)

Chair: Matt Silliman, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

 

Double Jeopardy and Collateral Restrictions on Offenders

  • Zach Hoskins, University of Nottingham

Are Criminal Offenders a Despised Minority? Status-Abolition and Status-Consciousness in James Whitman and Michelle Al- exander’s Analysis of America’s Harsh Justice

  • Christopher Barker, Southwestern College

 

Lunch:  12 – 1 pm on one’s own

 

 

Business Meeting:  12:15 – 1 pm  (ICC, 4th Fl.)

Attendees with new books are especially encouraged to attend, announce their publication and provide additional information (2-3 min. ea.)

 

Third Plenary Session: 1:00 ‐ 2:30 pm

(ICC, 4th Fl.)

 

Chair: Sally Scholz, Villanova University

 

“Prison Abolition? The Uses and Abuses of Incar- ceration”

Tommie Shelby, Harvard University

 

 

 

 

Session IX:  2:45 ‐ 4:45 pm

IX-A. Contemplating Borders and (non sequitur) Contemplating Contempt (Cuneo 117)

Chair: Elizabeth Ann Sperry, William Jewell College

 

A People’s Legitimacy and the Qualified Right to Control Bor- ders

  • Jonathan Kwan, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Immigration and Freedom of Association: A Presumptive Right to Open Borders

  • Steve Viner, Middlebury College

Contempt: Moral Friend or Foe?

  • Joan Woolfrey, West Chester University

 

IX-B.  Benefits for/of:  Minors, Self-respect (Cuneo 202)

Chair: Tim R. Johnston, Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders

 

The Subjection of Minors: Lessons from the Fight for Women’s Enfranchisement

  • Molly Beth Wilder, Georgetown University

Social Justice and Self-Respect

  • Colena Sesanker, University of Connecticut [empty slot]

 

 

IX-C.  Commitment and Ideals (Cuneo 203)

Chair: Kathryn Norlock, Trent University

 

Where Should We Ground the Feminist Potential of Political Liberalism?

  • Elizabeth Edenberg, Georgetown University

Re-Thinking the Unthinkable

  • Benjamin Kenofer, Michigan State University Challenging Conceptions of the “Normal” Subject in Phenome- nology
  • Christine Wieseler, University of Texas Health Science Center

 

Dinner:  on one’s own

 

 

Dining Suggestions.

(LUC website lists many more: http://www.luc.edu/conference/visitor-info/localrestaurants/ .)

BREAKFAST:

Starbucks, 6350 N. Devon (drive thru)

Starbucks, 6738 N. Sheridan, many food items, indoor/outdoor seating.

ArrivaDolce, 6451 N. Devon, full service coffee shop and café. Open at 6:30 am.

Go Grocer, 6435 N. Sheridan, fruit, nectars, yogurts, prepared sandwiches, etc.

Clarke’s Diner, 6431 N. Clark St., full restaurant, dine-in, great reputation. See menu at https://www.clarkesrogerspark.com/

Campus dining hall, Damen Student Union, full breakfast buffet,       < $10, http://www.luc.edu/damenstudentcenter/dining/

Campus Coffee bar and a grab-and-go refrigerated section of Damen Center

 

FAST LUNCH:

Blaze Pizza, 6550 N. Sheridan, fast fired, thin crust, unlimited toppings, < $10

Potbelly Sandwich Shop, 6464 N. Sheridan Road

Chipotle, 6600 N. Sheridan Road

Subway, 6449 N. Sheridan Road

Clark’s Diner, 6431 N. Clark St., https://www.clarkesrogerspark.com/.

Dining Hall, Damen Student Union, buffet, decent range of lunch options < $10.00 incl. drinks

Campus coffee and sandwiches & salads, Damen Center, interesting combinations.

 

DINNER (walking distance):

*Twisted Tapas—1146 W Pratt Blvd, Chicago, IL 60626. Wide range of eclectic tapas, full bar. Menu at http://www.twistedtapas.us/.

*Bulldog Ale House—6606 N Sheridan Rd, Chicago, IL 60626, outdoor seating, interesting variety, not much for vegans. See menu at http://www.bulldogalehouse.com/.

Broadway Cellars—5900 N Broadway St, Chicago, IL 60660, https://cellarsbarandgrill.com/.

Ethiopian Diamond—6120 N. Broadway. https://www.ethiopiandiamondrestaurants.com/.

Heartland Café—7000 N. Glenwood, mostly organic, ample vegan options, hippie vibe, outdoor dining. Approx. one mile from campus.

 

ALSO CONSIDER:

*Band of Bohemia—4710 N. Ravenswood. This is the first Michelin rated brewpub!!!! Food is coordinated to their in-house brews. See the menu and story at http://www.bandofbohemia.com/

Anteprima—5316 N. Clark St, Chicago. Anteprimachicago.net

Lady Gregory—5260 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60640, ladygregorys.com

Mia Francesca Bryn Mawr—Edgewater—1309 Bryn Mawr. Italian. http://www.miafrancesca.com/menus/lunch/

Argyle Street (Block of 4900 N.), for a wide range of Vietnamese and Thai restaurants.

 

West Devon Avenue for a wide range of Indian restaurants

*  Highly recommended!

 

Special Thanks

Local Arrangements at Loyola University:

Heidi Malm

 

Program Committee:

Joan Woolfrey (chair)

Kathryn Norlock

Ann Levey

(with added thanks to graduate assistant Sarah MacIntosh)

 

Book Award Committee:

Greg Hoskins (chair)

Emily McGill-Rutherford

Patrick Taylor Smith

Karen Adkins

 

Graduate Award Selection Committee:

Barrett Emerick (chair)

Jeffrey M. Brown

Michael Doan

 

NASSP Executive Committee:

Sally Scholz, President

Margaret Crouch, Past President

Beth Sperry, Vice President

Zach Hoskins, Archivist

James Boettcher, Treasurer


 

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