Colloquia 2019-2020

The Freedom Center Colloquium Series hosts weekly talks by Freedom Center faculty and graduate students, as well as other University of Arizona faculty and several outside scholars each semester. Colloquia are held from 12.30 to 1.45 on Thursdays in the Kendrick Room of the Freedom Center. A partial schedule for the Colloquium Series can be found below. Please keep an eye on this page as additional talks will be posted as the semester progresses. For information on talks from previous academic years, please click on one of the links on the left side of the screen.

Phil Parvin, Loughborough University
The Ethics of Lobbying: Power, Influence, and Democratic Decline.
Christopher Robertson, University of Arizona
Patient cost exposure in American health insurance and health care reform
Angelo Corlett, San Diego State University
Offensiphobia
Tauhid Rahman, University of Arizona
Gender Norms, Women’s Executive Function and Mental Health, and Anti-Poverty Programs: Experimental Evidence from India
David Schmidtz, University of Arizona
Rediscovering Moral Science
Otto Lehto, King's College London
The Welfare State as a Discovery Procedure: Basic Income and Social Evolution
Robert Gordon, University of Arizona
Poverty, the Spirit, and the History of Art
Phil Magness, American Institute for Economic Research
Inequality in America: Assessing the Evidence
Kit Wellman, Washington University in St. Louis
Culpability, Deporability and Hate Crime Legislation
Ryan Muldoon, University of Buffalo
Local Diversity and Polycentric Democracy
Albertina Antognini, University of Arizona
Nonmarital Contracts
Todd Proebsting, University of Arizona
Enjoy Debating Trolley Problems? You Can't With A Machine.
Judith Bronstein, University of Arizona
Why Cooperate? Mutualism in the Natural World