Keynote Speakers

Miranda Fricker

Professor of Philosophy at the University of Sheffield.

Her work spans epistemology, moral & social philosophy, and feminism. She is author of Epistemic Injustice: Power and the Ethics of Knowing (OUP), which was the subject of a special issue of the journal Social Epistemology. She co-edited The Cambridge Companion to Feminism in Philosophy (CUP) with Jennifer Hornsby. Recently she has published work on group testimony and moral relativism.

Miranda Fricker

Charles W. Mills

John Evans Professor of Moral & Intellectual Philosophy at Northwestern University, Illinois.

His books The Racial Contract (Cornell) and Blackness Visible (Cornell) are classics of the philosophy of race. He collaborated with Carole Pateman on Contract and Domination (Polity). His latest book is Radical Theory, Caribbean Reality: Race, Class and Social Domination (University of the West Indies).

Charles W. Mills

Jonathan Wolff

Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities and Professor of Philosophy at University College London.

His books include Why Read Marx Today? (OUP), An Introduction to Political Philosophy (OUP), Ethics and Public Policy (Routledge), Disadvantage (OUP) (co-authored with Avner de-Shalit), and The Human Right to Health (Norton). He has served on committees advising the U.K. government on drugs, gambling, railway safety and homicide.

Jonathan Wolff

Special Session: Inequality in South Africa

Jeremy Cronin

Mr Jeremy Cronin is the Deputy Minister of Public Works. He is a member of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress (ANC); and Deputy General-Secretary of the South African Communist Party (SACP) since 1995.

Jeremy Cronin

Other presenters include

Lucy Allais / Tom Angier / David Bilchitz / Ann E. Cudd / Bart Engelen / Edwin Etieyibo / Amanda Gouws / Thaddeus Metz / Joel Modiri / Martin O'Neill / Gina Schouten / Kristin Voigt