Mark Timmons has posted the program for the first annual Arizona Workshop in Normative Ethics (first announced in this call for papers). I've put the whole program below the fold; you can also just go to the workshop web site for the program and more information.

Thursday January 7

5:00–6:30 pm KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Holly M. Smith (Rutgers)
The Moral Clout of Reasonable Beliefs
Chair: David Schmidtz (University of Arizona)

Friday January 8

8:30–9:40am Jamie Dreier (Brown)
In Defense of Consequentializing
Chair: Alan Thomas (University of Kent)

9:50–11:00am Andrew Schroeder (Harvard)
You Don’t Have to Do What’s Best!
Chair: David Shoemaker (Tulane)

11:10–12:20pm Sarah McGrath (Princeton)
Normative Ethics and Moral Expertise
Chair: Mark Schroeder (USC)

1:30–2:40pm Paul McNamara (University of New Hampshire)
Action Beyond Morality’s Call versus Supererogation
Chair: TBA

2:50–4:00pm Nick Zangwill (University of Durham)
Against Indirect Consequentialism
Chair: Carla Bagnoli (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)

4:10–5:30pm KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Thomas E. Hill, Jr. (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Kantian Constructivism as Normative Ethics
Chair: Christian Miller (Wake Forest University)

Saturday January 9

8:30–9:40am Samuel Kerstein (University of Maryland, College Park)
Treating Consenting Adults Merely as Means
Chair: Mark LeBar (Ohio University)

9:50–11:00am Daniel Star (Boston University)
Two Levels of Moral Thinking
Chair: TBA

11:10–12:20pm Ulrike Heuer (University of Leeds)
The Paradox of Deontology, Reconsidered
Chair: TBA

1:30–2:40pm Douglas W. Portmore (Arizona State University)
Consequentialism and Moral Rationalism
Chair: TBA

2:50–4:00pm Robert N. Johnson (University of Missouri, Columbia)
Kantian Contractualism and Self-Improvement
Chair: TBA

4:10–5:30pm KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Peter Railton (University of Michigan)
Title: TBA
Chair: Jussi Suikkanen (University of Leeds)