I’m speaking this Friday (24th of August 2018) at the Social Ontology conference. This event has a special significance for me because it takes place at Tufts University, which I visited for a term in 2017. I had a great time working together with Brian Epstein, who organises the conference, and generally had an amazing time in Boston. So I’m very much looking forward to speak there on Group Agency and Homuncularism. My paper will address whether the homuncular nature of group agents allows an objection against postulating them and if so, how strong this objection is.