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Programme

At present we are proceeding with an in-person event at Aarhus University. Given the continued uncertainty with the C-19 pandemic and entry restrictions into Denmark, we do offer a possibility of online presentation and streaming, allowing guests to attend the conference both in person and online.

The programme is subject revision

THURSDAY, AUGUST 19

09:30-09:45

OPENING REMARKS (IN-PERSON)

1325-011 Auditorium, Zoom

Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen


09:45-11:05

KEYNOTE (VIRTUAL)

1325-011 Auditorium, Zoom

Jim Everett 

Speciesism and the moral basis of human-animal discrimination

Chair: Søren Flinch Midtgaard  


11:05-11:25

COFFEE AND NETWORK


11:25-12:10

TRACK SESSIONS

1325-128, Zoom

Simone Degn (In-person) 

Simone Sommer Degn, Only With the Lights Off: Discrimination in the Sexual Sphere

Chair: Esma Baycan Herzog

1325-120, Zoom

Maximiliane Hädicke, Claudia Wiesemann (In-person)

Discrimination and the Group Criterion in Healthcare for Transgender Youth - An Empirical Ethics Approach  

Chair: Viki Møller Lyngby Pedersen

12:10-12:55

1325-128, Zoom

Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen (In-person)

Is It Possible to Discriminate Against Some Without Treating Others Worse? The Comparative View and Its Normative Significance

Chair: Esma Baycan Herzog

1325-120, Zoom

Teresa Baron (Virtual)

Now you see me, now you don’t: Self-identification and discrimination

Chair: Viki Møller Lyngby Pedersen


12:55-13:55

LUNCH


13:55-14:40

TRACK SESSIONS CONTINUED

1325-128, Zoom

Nick Allen (Virtual)

Discriminatory Social Media Practices, Contributory Injustice and Context Collapse: The Misappropriation of Black Twitter’s Concepts 

Chair: András Szigeti 

1325-120, Zoom

Joona Räsänen (Virtual)

What is personality discrimination and is it morally wrong? 

Chair: Søren Flinch Midtgaard


14:40-14:45

SHORT BREAK


14:45-16:05

KEYNOTE (IN-PERSON)

1325-011 Auditorium, Zoom

Alex Madva

Confronting Bias and Discrimination

Chair: Simone Sommer Degn


16:05-16:25

COFFEE AND NETWORK


16:25-17:10

TRACK SESSIONS CONTINUED

1325-128, Zoom

Mark Granberg (In-person)

Methodology and Ethics in Correspondence Tests of Hiring Discrimination

Chair: Julian Schuessler

1325-120, Zoom

Anthony Sangiuliano (Virtual)

Antidiscrimination Law and Legal Moralism

Chair: Andreas Brøgger Albertsen


17:10-17:15

SHORT BREAK


17:15-18:35

KEYNOTE (VIRTUAL)

1325-011 Auditorium, Zoom

Steven Neuberg 

The Evolutionary Logics of Stereotyping, Stereotypes, Prejudices, and Discrimination

Chair: Michael Bang Petersen


FOR IN-PERSON PARTICIPANTS

18:35-19:15

TRANSPORTATION, ARRIVAL & REFRESHMENTS AT RESTAURANT

 

19:15-22:00

CONFERENCE DINNER

Place will be announced directly to in-person participants


FRIDAY, AUGUST 20

09:30-10:15

TRACK SESSIONS

1325-128, Zoom

Ji Young Lee (In-person)

Social discrimination and epistemic vice

Chair: Lasse Laustsen

1325-120, Zoom

Stefan Rinner (Virtual)

Slurs and Freedom of Expression

Chair: Brian O'Shea

10:15-11:00

1325-128, Zoom

Julian Schuessler, Naftali Weinberger (In-person)

On the Use of Mediation Models for Measuring Discrimination

Chair: Lasse Laustsen 

1325-120, Zoom

András Szigeti and György Barabás (In-person)

Using Quotas as a Remedy for Discrimination 

Chair: Brian O'Shea


11:00-11:15

COFFEE AND NETWORK


11:15-12:00

TRACK SESSIONS CONTINUED

1325-128, Zoom

Andreas Albertsen, Lasse Laustsen (In-person)

Does Information about Genetic Heritability of Political Ideology Enhance Tolerance for Political Opponents?

Chair: Simone Sommer Degn

1325-120, Zoom

Mark Bowker (Virtual)

The Generic Bootstrapping Hypothesis

Chair: Jonas Franzen

12:00-12:45

1325-128, Zoom

Nils Holtug (In-person)

Liberalism and Identity Politics: Friends or Foes?

Chair: Esma Baycan Herzog

1325-120, Zoom

Tammy Harel Ben Shahar (Virtual)

Ability Segregation 

Chair: Jonas Franzen


12:45-14:05

LUNCH


14:05-14:50

TRACK SESSIONS CONTINUED

1325-128, Zoom

Judith Kas, Merlin Schaeffer (Virtual)

The Integration Paradox: Results of a Meta-Analysis and Proposal of a New Experimental Research Design

Chair: Julian Schuessler

1325-120, Zoom

Didde Boisen Andersen, Viki Møller Lyngby Pedersen, Søren Flinch Midtgaard (In-person)

Reaction Qualifications in the Eyes of the People 

Chair: György Barabás


14:50-15:00

SHORT BREAK


15:00-15:45

TRACK SESSIONS CONTINUED

1325-011 auditorium, Zoom-use key note link

Frej Klem Thomsen (In-person)

Algorithmic Indirect Discrimination, Fairness and Harm

Chair: Nils Holtug


15:55-16:10

COFFEE AND NETWORK


16:10-17:30

KEYNOTE (VIRTUAL)

1325-011 Auditorium, Zoom

Deborah Hellman

What machine learning and algorithmic decision-making can teach us about discrimination

Chair: Frej Klem Thomsen 


17:30-17:40

CLOSING REMARKS

Merete Barker Auditorium, Zoom

Kim Mannemar Sønderskov