A/Professor Marguerite La Caze
A/Professor Marguerite La Caze

2015-2017 ARC Discovery Project

 
Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Marguerite La Caze
PhD Candidate: Elese Dowden
Research Assistant: Terrilyn Sweep
 
Contemporary political ethics has to face the question of how to repair relations which have broken down after crimes, oppression, and political violence. Using the work of European and feminist philosophers to examine historical and recent cases: post-liberation France, post-genocide Rwanda and post-colonial Australasia and neighbouring countries, this project develops a philosophical account of ethical restoration through focusing on just punishment, forgiveness, reconciliation, building trust, and atonement. The outcomes are a series of journal articles and a monograph. The project contributes to debates and practices concerning restoration of peace and justice and to international scholarship on these issues.
 

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Scheduled Events

 
30th November, 2015
10am - 5pm
Room E301, Forgan Smith Building (1)
 
RSVP by 23rd November 2015,
to Ms Terrilyn Sweep, t.sweep@uq.edu.au
 
Presenters
  • Dr Simone Drichel (Otago, NZ)
  • Dr Stephen McLaughlin (Griffith)
  • Dr Anne Brown (UQ)
  • (CI) Associate Professor Marguerite La Caze (UQ)
  • Professor Roland Bleiker (UQ)
 
 

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