Max Gabriel Cherem

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

-- Kalamazoo College
HWL Affiliation: Visiting Faculty Fellow
Year Visiting: 
2015 to 2016

Professor Cherem will be working with Professor Allen Buchanan in the Philosophy Department and with Professor Suzanne Shanahan in the Kenan Institute for Ethics.  Professor Cherem's work focuses on the ethical challenges created by "externalized" state border controls: policies that try to prevent migrant arrival by projecting or outsourcing a nation's authority over migration beyond its regular territorial borders. While at Duke he will work on two research projects about the due process standards appropriate for refugee status adjudications and the ethical issues raised by partnerships that delegate or coordinate authority.  He also plans on volunteering with the refugee community in Durham area so as to learn about resettlement from their perspective.

Projects

Visiting Faculty Fellow
2017-2017

Highlights

2015-16 Visiting Faculty Fellows
-- May 21 2015
2015-16 Visiting Faculty Fellows The Humanities Writ Large Steering Committee has selected four Visiting Faculty Fellows for the 2015-16 academic year.  They are: Max Gabriel Cherem, Assistant... Read More
HWL Visiting Faculty Fellow Max Cherem On Teaching and Writing about Human Rights Law
-- Dec 2 2015
Max Cherem is the Marlene Crandell Francis Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Kalamazoo College and a 2015-2016 Humanities Writ Large Visiting Faculty Fellow with the Department of Philosophy and... Read More
Philosophers on the Syrian Refugee Crisis
-- Nov 26 2015
Max Cherem is one of a select group of philosophers and political theorists to comment on the Syrian refugee crisis in a recent installment of the  "Philosophers On" series on dailynous.com, which... Read More

Events

HWL Fellows - Review & Preview
-- Jan 21 2016 - 11:45am
At this open and informal lunch, the 2015-2016 Humanities Writ Large Visiting Fellows briefly present and discuss their digital project work: their project goals, what they accomplished and learned... Read More