Selected IAE publications and presentations since 2014 by co-directors (in alphabetical order)
Bielby, P. (2018). ‘Not ‘us’ and ‘them’: towards a normative legal theory of mental health vulnerability’. International Journal of Law in Context 1–17.
Bielby, P. (2016). ‘Justifying mental health rights from a Gewirthian perspective’. In P. Bauhn (ed.) Gewirthian Perspectives on Human Rights (Routledge Studies in American Philosophy), London: Routledge, pp. 174-190.
Bielby, P. (2014). ‘Research on Patients with Dementia’. In: J. Herring, C. Foster and I. Doron (eds.) The Law and Ethics of Dementia. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 363-380.
Bielby, P. (2014). ‘Ulysses Arrangements in Psychiatric Treatment: Towards Proposals for Their Use Based on ‘Sharing’ Legal Capacity.’ Health Care Analysis: An International Journal of Health Care Philosophy and Policy, vol. 22(2), pp. 114-142.
‘Beyond surviving to thriving? Compassion, human rights and public mental health’. Invited talk given to the Hull and East Riding Humanists Group, Beverley, East Yorkshire, 19 March 2018.
‘Mental Health, Human Rights and Compassion’. Paper presented at the Law, Compassion and Healthcare symposium (organised by the Law and Compassion Research Network), Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, 18 May 2017.
‘Mental Health, Human Rights and Compassion’. School of Law and Politics research seminar, University of Hull, 26 April 2017.
‘Towards a legal theory of mental health vulnerability’ presented at the ‘Workshop on Vulnerability and Social Justice’ hosted by the University of Leeds Centre for Law and Social Justice and the Vulnerability and the Human Condition Initiative led by Emory University (USA). The University of Leeds, UK, Friday 17 –Saturday 18 June 2016.
‘Heightened vulnerable agency and the justification of mental health rights’. Research seminar paper, Law School, University of Hull, 6 May 2015.
Towards a legal theory of cognitive vulnerability’. Paper given at the Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference (Jurisprudence section), The University of Nottingham, 9 September 2014.
Carrick D, Connelly J and Whetham D (eds) (2017), Making the Military Moral, Routledge.
Connelly J and Goodman M (2018), ‘The public interest environmental law group: from USA to Europe’, Environmental Politics, Published online 19 Feb 2018. DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2018.1438789.
Connelly J (2017), ‘On Making the Military Moral’, inCarrick D, Connelly J and Whetham D (eds), Making the Military Moral, Routledge.
Connelly, J (2018) presented to the HR Directors Network on the topic "Beyond the Tick Box: Thinking Through Ethics" (13th November 2018). The Network is run by Hugh Scullion and Liz Johnson. Local organisations/companies in the network include ERYC, Siemens, Sewell, Jacksons Bread, MKM building supplies, Smith and Nephew, Humberside Police, McCain, Cranswick, AB Ports etc.
Connelly J (2017), ‘The Common Good in the Cyber Domain’, Kobe, Japan, 17th July 2017 [invited, expenses paid]
Connelly J (2017), ‘Nudge and sustainability’, Monitoring consumer behaviour for sustainability: Information regulation and the rule of law, Hamburg, 14-15th September 2017 [invited, expenses paid]
Connelly J (2018), ‘The Limits of Nudging in Environmental Citizenship’, Regulatory Frameworks for Sustainable Consumption, 25th May 2018, University of Hull
Cserne P (2018), ‘Paternalism and Contract Law’ inGrill K and Hanna J (eds), The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy of Paternalism, Abingdon, Routledge.
Cserne P (2018), ‘Les nudges sont-ils des outils extra-juridiques?’ in ,sous la dir. Malik Bozzo-Rey et Anne Brunon-Ernst (eds), Nudges et normativités: Généalogies, Concepts et Applications, Paris, Hermann.
Cserne P (2017), ‘Behavioural Law and Economics as Litmus Test’ Œconomia. History / Methodology / Philosophy 7, 3, 305–329.
Cserne P (2018), ‘The uneasy case for parsimony in (law and) economics’, ‘The Future of Law and Economics’ by Guido Calabresi, International University College, Turin, 8th May 2018.
Cserne P (2018), ‘Merit goods and the common good’, Legal philosophy seminar, University of Liege, 27th March 2018.
Cserne P (2017),‘Law’s “artificial reason” between moral reasoning and instrumental rationality: the example of private law doctrine’, IVR UK Branch Conference on Law, Rationality and the Market, University of Sheffield, 18th November 2017.
Cserne (P) (2017), ‘Knowledge claims in Law and Economics: Gaps and bridges between theoretical and practical rationality’, 8th MetaLawEcon workshop on Law and Economics: Theoretical and Practical Dimensions of Interdisciplinarity, TINT, University of Helsinki, 8th November 2017.
Cserne P (2017), ‘Behavioural Law and Economics as Litmus Test’, 34th Annual Conference of the European Association of Law and Economics, University of Liverpool in London, 16th September 2017.
Cserne P (2017), ‘Discourses on Judicial Formalism in Central and Eastern Europe – Symptom of an Inferiority Complex?’, Academia Europaea Workshop on Trauma Management, Search for Identity, Self-Images and Otherness in East Central Europe and Beyond, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 4th September 2017.
Hatzistavrou, A.: has been awarded a research fellowship at the Seeger Centre for Hellenic Studies at Princeton University for the first trimester of the 2018-19 session.
Hatzistavrou, A.: has been awarded a small fund of £1,500 from the Royal Institute of Philosophy for organising philosophy events at Hull and will be the vice-president of the IVR International Society for Legal and Social Philosophy (UK branch) from Oct 2018.
Hatzistavrou A (2018), Authority and Expertise in Plato and Aristotle, Routledge (forthcoming 2018).
Hatzistavrou A (2017), 'Ruling and Being ruled' at the Greek Ideas of Office and Rule Carlyle Lectures Workshop, Princeton University 1st December, 2017.
Hatzistavrou A (2018), 'Plato and the Utopia within us', Yorkshire Network for Ancient Philosophy, 11th May 2018.
Johnstone, G. and Brennan, I. (2019, forthcoming) Building Bridges: Prisoners, Crime Victims and Restorative Justice (Den Haag: Eleven International Publishing).
Johnstone, G. (2018) ‘Restorative Justice and the Therapeutic Tradition: Looking into the Future’ pp. 395-408 in T. Gavrielides (ed.) Routledge International Handbook of Restorative Justice. (London and New York: Routledge).
Johnstone, G. (2017) ‘Restorative Justice for Victims: Inherent Limits’, Restorative Justice: An International Journal, 5:3, 382-395
Johnstone, G. (2014) ‘Towards a “Justice Agenda” for Restorative Justice’, Restorative Justice: an International Journal, 2(2), 115-123.
Green, S., Johnstone, G., and Lambert, C (2014) ‘Reshaping the Field: Building Restorative Capital’, Restorative Justice: an International Journal, 21(1), 43-63.
Johnstone, Gerry (2014), ‘Restorative Justice in Prisons: Methods, Approaches and Effectiveness’, Council of Europe, PC-CP\docs 2014\PC-CP (2014)17e rev
Common Good Politics: British idealism and contemporary social justice (London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2017 hbk; 2018 pbk).
‘Jeremy Bentham on Open Government and Privacy’, Journal of Information Ethics, 26:1 (2017).
‘J.A. Symonds, socialism and the crisis of sexuality in fin-de-siècle Britain’, History of European Ideas, 43:8 (2017).
Co-authored with J. Grygieńć’] ‘Inny liberalizm jest możliwy. Wspólnota, wolność i sprawiedliwość społeczna w filozofii nowego liberalizmu’, w Nowy Liberalizm. Wybór tekstów (red. J. Grygieńć, C. Tyler), Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Mikołaja Kopenika, Toruń 2016 [‘A Different liberalism is possible. Community, freedom and social justice in New Liberal philosophy’, in New Liberalism: A Reader, ed. Janusz Grygieńć and Colin Tyler, trans. Janusz Grygieńć (Toruń: Nicolaus Copernicus University Press, 2017)], pp.9-21.
‘Hobson on Democracy and the Humanized Economy’, in Xavier Márquez, (ed), Democratic Movements: Reading democratic texts (Textual Moments in the History of Political Thought) (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018)
19 October 2018: ‘Common Goods and Final Ends: Alasdair MacIntyre versus the British Idealists’, Centre for Social and Political Thought/Philosophy Department, Sussex University (invited, externally-funded).
July 2018: “Liberalism and the Realisation of Liberty”, International Social Science Section, Yokohama National University, Japan.
26-27 March 2018: “Liberal Socialism in Britain and Italy, 1880 to 1930”, conference: British Idealism and New Liberalism: Visions of politics between UK and Italy, Department of Politics, University of Genoa, Italy.
18 December 2017: “The Contemporary Importance of Common Good Politics”, PSA British Idealism Annual Conference, Gregynog Hall, Wales
17 July 2017: “T.H. Green, Interculturalism and the Radical Common Good”, Second Anglo-Japanese International Workshop on British Idealism: T.H. Green and the Common Good Politics, Kobe University, Japan.
15 July 2017: “T.H. Green and the Development of Japanese Idealism”, First Anglo-Japanese International Workshop on British Idealism: T.H. Green and the History of Idealist Political Thought, Kyoritsu Women’s University, Tokyo, Japan.
Selected IAE-related publications and presentations by Associates
(previously programme director; left UoH but remains as an IAE Associate)
O’Reilly D, Allen S and Reedy P (2018),'Re-imagining the scales, dimensions, and fields of socio-ecological sustainability', British Journal of Management, Vol. 29, Issue 2, pp.220-234
Allen S, Brigham M & Marshall J (2018), ‘Lost in delegation? (Dis)organizing for sustainability’ Scandinavian Journal of Management, Vol. 34, Issue 1, pp. 29-39 (ABS 2*)
‘Humanity’s ‘sustainability’ is no excuse for abandoning planet Earth’, The Conversation, 17th July 2017.
Allen S (2018), ‘What role for postcolonial theory in responsible management education? Some reflections and possibilities’, PRME UK & Ireland Regional Chapter 5th Annual Conference to be held at Queen Mary University of London from 25thJune– 27thJune 2018.
Allen S (2018), ‘’Weighty Friend', not just a joke! Exploring power and authority in contemporary Quaker organising’, Quaker Studies Research Association annual conference, Theme - "Business, Enterprise, Technology and Innovation", Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre, Birmingham, UK, 21st June.
Allen S (2018), ‘Organising unknowing?’, EASST2018: Meetings – Making Science, Technology and Society together, Stream - 'Conflict, dissolution, contest', Lancaster University, UK, 25th-28th July.
Cohen-Almagor R (2017), ‘Balancing Freedom of Expression and Social Responsibility on the Internet’, Special Symposium on Confronting the Internet's Dark Side, Philosophia Vol. 45:3.
Cohen-Almagor R (2017), “The Role of Internet Intermediaries in Tackling Terrorism Online”, Fordham Law Review, Vol. 86.
Cohen-Almagor R (2018), ‘Discrimination against Jewish Women in Halacha (Jewish Law) and in Israel’, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 45:2.
Cohen-Almagor R (2018), ‘Social Responsibility on the Internet: Addressing the Challenge of Cyberbullying’, Aggression and Violent Behavior, Vol. 39.
Cohen-Almagor R (2018), ‘Corporate Social Responsibility and Hate Speech on the Internet’, 21stNirma International Conference on Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, India, 11th-13th January 2018.
Cohen-Almagor R (2018), ‘The Digital Seduction of Evil: Cyberterrorism and Hate Speech on the Internet’, Xescom Communication Congress, Universidad de A Coruña, Spain, 22nd-23rd March 2018.
Cohen-Almagor R (2018), ‘Right to Die with Dignity’, National Law University, Jodhpur, India 13th January 2018.
Cohen-Almagor R (2018), ‘Striking A Balance: Multiculturalism and Human Rights’, MNIT Jaipur, India, 19th January 2018.
Demetis D and Lee A (forthcoming, 2018), ‘When Humans using the IT artefact becomes IT using the Human artefact’, Journal for the Association of Information Systems (JAIS), Accepted and filed.
Demetis D (2018), ‘Fighting money laundering with technology: a case study of Bank X in the UK’, Decision Support Systems, Vol. 105.
Gordon N (2018), ‘Sustainable Computing: a home for LSEP, Commercial practice and Research skills’, UK Computing Education Practice (CEP), January 2018.
Gordon N (2018), ‘Sustainable Computing: a home for Professional and Research skills’,
Horizons in STEM Higher Education Conference, University of Hull, June 2018.
[this will be developed into a publication in the Horizons journal]
'How Ethical are Codes of Ethics: Using Illusions of Neutrality to Sell Translations' is due to be published in the Journal of Specialised Translation in July 2018.
Lowe D, Oliver P, Midgley G and Yearworth M (2018), ‘Evaluating how System Health Assessment can Trigger Anticipatory Action for Resilience’ in Boehm B. Erwin D. Ghanem R, Madni AM, and Wheaton MJ (eds), Disciplinary Convergence in Systems Engineering Research, Springer, New York.
Chichirau G, Johnson M and Midgley G (2018), ‘What is Community Operational Research?’, European Journal of Operational Research, 268, 3, 771-783.
Midgley G, Papadopoulos T and Ufua D (2018), ‘Systemic Lean Intervention: Enhancing Lean with Community Operational Research’, European Journal of Operational Research, 268, 3.
Johnson M and Midgley G (2018), ‘Community Operational Research: Innovations, Internationalization and Agenda-Setting Applications’, European Journal of Operational Research, 268, 3.
Midgley G (2017), The Mälardalen Visiting Professorship in Systemic Innovation: A Report to the Swedish Knowledge Foundation, Mälardalen University, Eskilstuna.
Midgley G (2017), Keynote address at the3rd Annual Metaphorum on Cybernetics and Organization, Liverpool, UK, November 2017.
O’Sullivan N and Hoang Y (2018), ‘Gendered Militarisation as State of Exception on the Korean Peninsula’, Third World Thematics: A TWQ Journal, May 2018, pp. 1-15.
‘The contemporary relevance of Michael Oakeshott’s political philosophy’, Belgrade University, 29th January – 1st February 2018.
‘The contemporary Western debate about the nature of the political’, 2018.
Serbian Institute for European Studies, 29th January – 1st February 2018.
Robson E (2018), ‘Ethics committees, journal publication and research with children’ Children’s Geographies (forthcoming 2018)
Ahmad S, Akbar S, Kodwani D andUllah (2018), ‘International Evidence on the Determinants of Organisational Ethical Vulnerability’, British Journal of Management, in press.