Professor Colleen Murphy will deliver a talk titled "When Does a Process of Transitional Justice Qualify as Just?" at the Victoria Colloquium in Political, Social and Legal Theory on November 22. Each year the colloquium brings six theorists to the University of Victoria (Canada) for an intensive seminar. Visitors are theorists of international recognition, speaking to an aspect of their work currently under development. The seminar bears upon a work in progress circulated in advance. Common themes are cultural difference, the reinvigoration of democratic deliberation, and theories of interpretation and judgement. Murphy was invited because of her work on transitional justice and reconciliation, especially in light of the work that UVIC is trying to do with respect to implementing the calls to action of the recent Truth and Reconciliation Commission.