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Bernard Yack to give keynote address at Harvard Graduate Conference in Political Theory

Bernard Yack to give keynote address at Harvard Graduate Conference in Political Theory

Oct. 24, 2012

Professor Bernard Yack will give a keynote address at the Sixth Annual Harvard Graduate Conference in Political Theory hosted by the Department of Government at Havard University on October 26 and 27.

Professor Yack will be speaking on "The Moral Value of Community: And the Moral Problem with Nationalism." The keynote will take place at 5PM on Friday, Oct. 26 in the Center for Government and International Studies (CGIS) South, 1730 Cambridge Street, room S-020.

The detailed program for this year's conference can be found here.