2013-14 academic year:
April 14 - 15, 2014 • DEX2 (Davis Extravaganza Philosophy Conference 2)
Speakers: Carrie Ishikawa Jenkins (University of British Columbia), Gillian Russell (Washington University, St. Louis), Irem Kurtsel Steen (Bogazici University), John Hawthorne (University of Oxford), Michael Glanzberg (Northwestern University), Roy Cook (University of Minnesota). The conference poster is here.
April 26, 2014 • Berkeley-Stanford-Davis Graduate Philosophy Conference
Graduate students from schools all over California presented papers on various topics in analytic philosophy.
2012-13 academic year:
March 25 - 26, 2013 • DEX (Davis Extravaganza Philosophy Conference)
Speakers: Louise Antony (U Mass- Amherst), Raffaella De Rosa (Rutgers- Newark), Maya Eddon (U Mass- Amherst), Peter Ludlow (Northwestern), Daniel Nolan (Australian National University), (University of Michigan), Megan Wallace (University of Kentucky). In the Philosophy Department Library, 1231 Social Science and Humanities. For a poster of the conference, go here.
2011-12 academic year:
March 1 - 2, 2012 • Conference on Self-Government and Social Transformation
Speakers: Paul Benson (University of Dayton), Marilyn Friedman (Vanderbilt University), Suad Joseph (UC Davis), Tracie Mahaffey (Florida State University), Marina Oshana (UC Davis), Natalie Stoljar (McGill University), Jennifer Warriner (University of Utah), Andrea Westlund (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee). In the Philosophy Department Library, 1231 Social Science and Humanities. For a schedule of the conference, go .
Nov. 11 - 12, 2011 • Philosophical Issues in Law, Morality, and Politics: A Conference in Honor of Jerry Dworkin
A two-day conference honoring the work of UC Davis Distinguished Professor of Philosophy Gerald Dworkin. Invited speakers are Richard Arneson (Philosophy, University of California, San Diego), John Deigh (Law and Philosophy, University of Texas, Austin), Shelly Kagan (Philosophy, Yale), Connie Rosati (Philosophy, University of Arizona). In the Philosophy Department Library, 1231 Social Science and Humanities.