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The Ableist Contract: Intellectual Disability and the Limits of Justice in Kant’s Political Thought [Published]

Published with Cambridge University Press:

Disability and Political Theory, edited by Barbara Arneil and Nancy Hirschmann (Cambridge University Press, 2016), pp. 43-78

Book available here 

Preview available here

 

 

A Sensational Economy: Luxury, Art, and the Origins of the Factory [In Preparation]

To be presented at:

Princeton University Graduate Conference in Political Theory | April 13-14, 2018, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

Presented at:

Association for Political Theory Conference (APT) | October 13, 2017, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Abstract available here 

 

 

The Aesthetics of Industrial Capitalism: Historicizing the Social Factory [In Preparation]

To be presented at:

Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting (WPSA) | March 30, 2018, San Francisco, CA

Abstract available here

 

 

Locke’s Capitalism: Proto-Industry, Proletarianization, and the Factory [Submitted]

Presented at:

American Political Science Association Annual Meeting (APSA) | August 31, 2017, San Francisco, CA

Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting (WPSA) | April 13, 2017, Vancouver, BC

Abstract available here

 

 

The Absent Factory: Towards a Critical Theory of Postindustrial Capitalism [In Preparation]

*Awarded the Patricia Lynn Baker Prize (Division of the Social Sciences, University of Chicago, 2015)

Presented at:

American Political Science Association Annual Meeting (APSA) | September 1, 2016, Philadelphia, PA

Theorizing the Web | April 16, 2016, Museum of the Moving Image, New York, NY

Abstract available here

 

 

Disability in Nietzsche: Rethinking Brown’s Deontological Identity Politics [Working Paper]

Presented at:

American Political Science Association Annual Meeting (APSA) | September 4, 2015, San Francisco, CA

Abstract available here

 

 

The ‘Idiot’ Within the ‘Cripple’: Physical Disability and Materialism in Locke and Rousseau [Working Paper]

Presented at:

Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting (MPSA) | April 19, 2015, Chicago, IL

Abstract available here

 

 

Colonizing Cognitive Disability: Progress, Development, and Confinement in Nineteenth-Century America [Working Paper]

Presented at:

Brown University Graduate Conference in History | April 5, 2014, Brown University, Providence, RI

Abstract available here

 

 

The Ableist Contract: Intellectual Disability and the Limits of Justice in Modern Political Thought

Presented at:

American Political Science Association Annual Meeting (APSA) | August 29, 2013, Chicago, IL

 

 

Locke, Liberalism, and Disabilities: Towards an Ableist Contract 

Presented at:

Oxford Graduate Political Theory Conference | April 20, 2012, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

Abstract available here

This presentation was part of a Podcast Series, which is available here