Professor May is a prominent political philosopher who has worked on a wide variety of issues, including war, post–war justice, collective responsibility and international criminal law. Professor May has published over 30 books, 13 of which are single authored monographs and over 100 articles. His books have won awards from the American Philosophical Association, the North American Society for Social Philosophy, the International Association of Penal Law, The American Society of International Law and the American Library Association. In addition to holding the W. Alton Jones Chair of Philosophy and serving as a Professor of Law and Political Science at Vanderbilt University, Professor May is also a faculty member at the Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law at the University of Pennsylvania's Law School. Professor May’s recent books include After War Ends , Cambridge University Press, 2012, Global Justice and Due Process , Cambridge University Press 2011, Genocide: A Normative Account , Cambridge University Press, 2010. He will be discussing Traditional and Contingent Pacifism.
Reception to follow at IMU North Room.