Schedule
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to host this event as an online work-in-progress series, divided into three parts. Do note that this is a pre-read workshop. Paper will be circulated in advance and participants are all expected to have read the papers discussed. Each meeting will take place via Zoom at 14.00-16.30 UK time on the following Mondays:

June 14
Zachary Hoskins (Nottingham)
Punishment and the Harms Suffered by Innocent People
Discussant: Andrew Cornford (Edinburgh)

Rachel Condry (Oxford) & Shona Minson (Oxford)
Exploring the Consequences of Punishment for Families; Symbiotic Harms and Breaches of Fundamental Rights
Discussant: Nicola Carr (Nottingham)

June 21
Helen Brown Coverdale (UCL)
Penal Collateral Consequences, Risk and the Moral Permissibility of Punishment
Discussant: Andrei Poama (Leiden)

Richard Lippke (Indiana)
Collateral Consequences and Rational Assurance
Discussant: Ambrose Lee (Surrey)

June 28
William Bülow (Stockholm) & Lars Lindblom (Linköping)
Parental Imprisonment and the Right against Child-Parent Separation
Discussant: Milena Tripkovic (Edinburgh)

Antony Duff (Stirling) & Sandra Marshall (Stirling)
Disqualification as a Collateral Consequence: From What Can We Be Disqualified?
Discussant: Jeff Howard (UCL)

Zachary Hoskins (Nottingham)
Punishment and the Harms Suffered by Innocent People
Discussant: Andrew Cornford (Edinburgh)

Rachel Condry (Oxford) & Shona Minson (Oxford)
Exploring the Consequences of Punishment for Families; Symbiotic Harms and Breaches of Fundamental Rights
Discussant: Nicola Carr (Nottingham)

Organisers

William Bülow (Stockholm University)
Zachary Hoskins (University of Nottingham)

Registration

Registration for this event is free. If you want to attend, please send an email with your name and affiliation to william.bulow@philosophy.su.se.

Website

The harms beyond punishment?