Location: Caldwell Hall, Room 213

Friday, April 1

2:30-3:00
Arrivals and Conversation

3:00-4:30
Carolina Flores (Rutgers) & Elise Woodard (Michigan)
“Epistemic Norms and Evidence-Gathering”
Chair/Comments: Arianna Falbo (Brown)

5:00-6:30
James Fritz (Virginia Commonwealth)
“Why Fittingness is Only Sometimes a Demanding Property”
Chair/Comments: Chris Blake-Turner (University of Alabama at Birmingham)

7:00-
Drinks event (location TBC)

Saturday, April 2

9:00-9:30
Breakfast and Conversation

9:30-11:00
Paul Silva (Cologne), “The Normativity of Statistical Evidence: A Propensity-Theoretic Account”
Chair/Comments: David James Barnett (Toronto)

11:30-1:00
Rachel Achs (Oxford) & Oded Na’aman (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
“It Isn’t Always Fitting to Value Valuable Things”
Chair/Comments: Claire Kirwin (Clemson)

2:30-4:00
Daniel Fogal (NYU) & Olle Risberg (Uppsala)
“The Weight of Reasons”
Chair/Comments: Nicholas Makins (King’s College, London)

4:30-6:00
Keynote: Pamela Hieronymi (UCLA)
“Defensiveness, Making Excuses, and the Blame Game”

6:30-8:30
Dinner event (location TBC)

8:30-
Post-dinner drinks (location TBC)

Sunday, March 8

9:30-10:00
Breakfast and Conversation

10:00-11:30
John Pittard (Yale)
“The Many ‘Ought’s of Deliberation”
Chair/Comments: Hille Paakkunainen (Syracuse)

12:00-1:30
Richard Rowland (Leeds)
“The Normativity of Gender”
Chair/Comments: Eleanor Gordon-Smith (Princeton)

Previous workshop programs: 2020; 2019; 2018.