Gah-Kai.Leung@warwick.ac.uk

    Peer-Reviewed Publications

    2021: ‘Reducing Flood Risks for Young People in the UK Housing Market’, in Adrot, A., R. Grace, K. Moore and C. Zobel (eds.) Proceedings of the 18th Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management. Blacksburg, VA: ISCRAM.

    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: Workshop on Disasters, Risk and Resilience, MANCEPT Online Workshops in Political Theory, University of Manchester, 8-9 September. Co-convenor with Kritika Maheshwari. Keynote speakers: Elizabeth Brake (Rice), Colleen Murphy (Illinois) and Jonathan Wolff (Oxford).

    2021: Critical International & Political Studies Annual Lecture, Department of Politics & International Studies, University of Warwick, 26 April. Co-organiser with Ivy Yang and Anne-Marie Houde.

    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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