Interdisciplinary Conference on Social Norms

2 day conference: 7th March: 9am-6pm & 8th March: 10am-3pm

Scholars across the humanities and social sciences identify social norms and the dynamics
associated with them as both an explanation of other phenomena and an object of study in their own right. However, there is still insufficient dialogue across different disciplines studying social norms, and across theoretical and empirical approaches in particular. The aim of this two-day conference is to foster such dialogue. It will bring together scholars from across the humanities and social sciences who are working on social norms, thus promoting greater interdisciplinary conversation and collaboration in this area.

Current list of speakers:

Amalia Alvarez (Mannheim), Paul Billingham (Magdalen College, Oxford), Diego Gambetta (Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin), Janina Dill (Nuffield College, Oxford), Stefania Innocenti (Oxford), Catherine Molho (Amsterdam), Tom Parr (Warwick), Linda Radzik (Texas A&M), Aron Szekely (Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin), Tom Simpson (Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford), Anette Stimmer (Nuffield College, Oxford), Laura Valentini (LMU, Munich), and Vicente Valentim (Nuffield College, Oxford).