Gah-Kai.Leung@warwick.ac.uk

    Peer-Reviewed Publications

    2020: ‘The Narrative Coherence Standard and Child Patients’ Capacity to Consent’, American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience 11(1): 40-42.

    Conference Papers

    2021: ‘Reducing Flood Risks for Young People in the UK Housing Market’, Workshop on Housing in Crisis, MANCEPT Online Workshops in Political Theory, University of Manchester, 7-10 September

    2021: ‘The Legitimate Use of Emergency Powers in Response to Pandemics’, Fifth International Conference on Public Policy, University of Barcelona, 5-9 July

    2021: ‘The Social and Environmental Harms of Earthquakes’, Sixth Annual Global Ethics Conference, University of Birmingham, 26-28 May.

    2021: ‘Reducing Flood Risks for Young People in the UK Housing Market’, Wet Feet? Flooding, Resilience and the Climate Crisis, University of Sheffield, 19 May.

    2021: ‘The Legitimate Use of Emergency Powers in Response to Pandemics’, HKU Legal and Political Theory Postgraduate Conference, University of Hong Kong, 5-7 May

    2021: ‘Socially Transformative Experiences: The Case of the COVID-19 Pandemic’, Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research Congress, Institute for Medical Humanities, Durham University, 21-23 April.

    2021: ‘Socially Transformative Experiences: The Case of the COVID-19 Pandemic’, Pandemic Perspectives Conference, 20 April.

    2021: ‘What’s Bad About Earthquakes? The Harms of Earthquakes’, Critical International & Political Studies Working Group Seminar Series, University of Warwick, 11 March.

    2020: ‘Ethical Issues in the Policy Response to Earthquake and Tsunami Hazards in Cascadia: A Critical Survey of the Field’, Public Issues and Public Reason: A Conference of Applied Ethics and Critical Social Sciences, Carleton University (Canada), 20-21 October.

    2020: ‘The Legitimacy of Mandatory Emergency Preparedness Measures’, Workshop on The Ethics and Politics of Risk (Mis)Communication, MANCEPT Online Workshops in Political Theory, 9-11 September.

    2020: ‘The Narrative Coherence Standard and Child Patients’ Capacity to Consent’, Graduate Conference in Political & Legal Theory, University of Warwick, 15 February.

    2018: ‘Sexuality, Science and Religion in the Public Sphere: Perfectionism and the Problem of Justificatory Disagreement’, MANCEPT Brave New World Graduate Conference in Political Theory, University of Manchester, 11-12 June.

    2018: ‘An Argument for Gender-Neutral Public Toilets: Urinary Segregation as Morally Wrongful Discrimination’, Graduate Conference in Political & Legal Theory, University of Warwick, 17 February.

    2017: ‘Discrimination and the Political Morality of Gender-Neutral Public Toilets’, Sex, Gender & Sexuality: Postgraduate Perspectives, University of Leicester, 29 July.

    Invited Commentaries

    2020: on Riana Popat, ‘How Plausible is the Autism Objection to Hermeneutic Fictionalism?’ Joint Birmingham-Nottingham-Warwick Graduate Philosophy Conference, University of Nottingham, 14 December.

    2020: on Jana Wolkowski, ‘Contested Borders and Contested States: The Political and Human Rights Consequences Resulting from the Regulation of Migrant Flows between Africa and Europe’, Public Issues and Public Reason: A Conference of Applied Ethics and Critical Social Sciences, Carleton University (Canada), 20-21 October.

    2020: on Kerry O’Neill, ‘Conditional Cash Transfers as Third-Party Exploitation’, Public Issues and Public Reason: A Conference of Applied Ethics and Critical Social Sciences, Carleton University (Canada), 20-21 October.

    Event Organisation

    2021: Critical International & Political Studies Annual Lecture, Department of Politics & International Studies, University of Warwick, date tbc. Co-organiser with Ivy Yang and Anne-Marie Houdé.

    2020: Workshop on Democracy and Intergenerational Justice, MANCEPT Online Workshops in Political Theory, University of Manchester, 9-11 September. Co-convenor with Jonathan Hoffmann and Michael Rose. Keynote speakers: Simon Caney (Warwick) and Axel Gosseries (UC Louvain).

    2020: Technology & Global Governance Virtual Forum, Centre for Law, Regulation & Governance of the Global Economy, University of Warwick, 31 July. Co-organiser with Chang Zhang and James McNally; panel moderator.

    Other Writing

    2020: ‘China’s Appalling Abuses in Xinjiang Show Why We Need a World Court of Human Rights’, Young Fabians Blog, 23 September.

    2017: ‘Review: Men and Masculinities in Culture and Society (MMICS) Workshop on Russian Masculinities’, HARTS & Minds Journal 3(2): 127-128.

    2016: ‘Gah-Kai Leung on Edward Said’, The Statesman’s Yearbook 2017 (London: Palgrave): xix. Winner of a competition to write a 500-word essay on an influential political thinker.

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