Ice Wide Open. Political Philosophy Looks to Antarctica. Practical Philosophy Seminar, University of Bergen, June 2020; Humanistiske Torsdag, University of Oslo, February 2020; Sokratisk Aften, University of Oslo, February 2020.
Occupancy rights: Fluid as well as Located. Workshop “Land Rights and Climate Change”, University of Oslo; American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., August 2019.
White colonialism in Antarctica and Beyond: Workshop “Territorial Rights and Reconciliation”, Queen’s University, Canada, September 2019;Terra Conference, Arctic University of Norway, June 2019.
Decolonizing Antarctica: Ira W. deCamp Seminar, University Center for Human Values, Princeton University, November 2019; RIPPLE Seminar, University of Leuven, March 2019; Philosophy Seminar, University College Cork, March 2019; Second Workshop Political Philosophy Looks to Antarctica, Soria Moria Hotel, Oslo, December 2018.
A Normative framework for Territorial Claims in Antarctica: Workshop “Natural Resource Rights within Planetary Boundaries”, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change, Berlin, November 2018; 11th Polar Law Symposium, Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø, October 2018.
The legal Grounds of Claims in Antarctica. A Sober Assessment: POLAR 2018 Conference, Davos, June 2018.
A gap in the Antarctic humanities, and Why It Should be Filled: POLAR2018 Conference, Davos, Switzerland, June 2018.
Politisk filosofi ser mot Antarktis: Norsk Polar Institutt, Tromsø, May 2018.
The Right of Necessity: CISRUL, University of Aberdeen, March 2018.
Melting Grounds. The Moral Limits of Territorial Claims in Antarctica: Political science seminar, University of Oslo, June 2017; CSMN Final Conference, University of Oslo, May 2017; Conference “Territorial Rights: New Directions and Challenges”, University of Quebec at Montreal, April 2017; Territory, Justice and Rivers Workshop, Philosophy Department, University of Cork, June 2015; The roles of Chile, Argentina and Norway as Custodians of Peace, Science and Environment in Antarctica Workshop, Arctic University of Tromsø, Norway, June 2015.
Necessity Knows No Law. Does It Know any Borders?: Private property and territorial rights workshop, University of Bayreuth, May 2017.
Greening Global Egalitarianism: “Nonhumans and Justice” Workshop, Instituto de Ciencia Política, Universidad Católica de Chile; Justice and Natural Resources: An Egalitarian Theory by Chris Armstrong, Panel at the University of Hertfordshire, May 2018; and symposium at the University of Bristol, January 2017.
Territorial Rights in the Anthropocene. Looking at Antarctica: Antarctica and/in the Anthropocene Workshop, Universidad Católica de Chile, May 2016.
La fuerza normativa de los reclamos territoriales en la Antártica: Diplomado de Estudios Antárticos, Universidad de Magallanes, Chile.
What the Old Right of Necessity Can Do for the Contemporary Global Poor: Responding to Global Poverty Conference, CSMN, University of Oslo, Norway, May 2015; Department of Political Science, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, October 2014; Department of Political Science, University of Stockholm, Sweden, October 2014; MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory, University of Manchester, September 2014.
A Cosmopolitan Right of Necessity: Society for Applied Ethics Conference, University of Oxford, June 2014; Philosophy Department, University of Bergen, October 2013; Department of Political Science and Government, University of Aarhus, Denmark, May 2013; Realizing Global Justice Conference, University of Tromsø, Norway, June 2013; Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE), Canberra, May 2012; Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature (CSMN), University of Oslo, September 2011.
El antiguo derecho de necesidad en el debate contemporáneo de justicia global: Instituto de Ciencia Política, Universidad Católica de Chile, December 2014; Departamento de Filosofía, Universidad de Concepción, Chile, Diciembre 2014.
The Volcanic Asymmetry: Sharing Natural Resources in Times of Climate Change, European Consortium for Political Research, Universidad de Salamanca, April 2014; Nordic Network of Political Theory Workshop, Oslo, Norway, November 2013.
Injustice in Migration, or the Case for Shared Sovereignty over Mobile Natural Resources: Ecological Challenges Conference, University of Oslo, Norway, September 2014; MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory, University of Manchester, September 2014; Association for Legal and Social Philosophy Conference, University of Leeds, July 2014.
A Gap in the Contemporary Debate on Global Poverty: Department of Political Science and Government, University of Aarhus, Denmark, May 2013.
An Enforceable Duty of Humanity?: Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference, University of Otago, New Zealand, July 2011; Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, June 2011; Faculty of Philosophy, Charles Sturt University, Wagga-Wagga, Australia, May 2010.
The Concept of Benevolence in Adam Smith’s Moral and Political Theory: Philosophy Department, Universidad Católica de Chile, June 2010.
Francis Hutcheson and Peter Singer on Why Humanity Matters: Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, December 2009; New Horizons Conference in Political Philosophy, University of Sydney, December 2009.
Nonhuman Animals in Adam Smith’s Moral Theory: Minding Animals Conference, University of Newcastle, Australia, July 2009.