Annual Ethics Lecture

Trumba Events - Annual Ethics Lecture

The Program on Ethics’ Annual Ethics Lecture brings a nationally and internationally prominent expert to campus to offer a free public lecture on the ethical dimensions of an important social issue. The series promotes interdisciplinary engagement and public scholarship.

Past Events

Date Title
March 1, 2024 Leif Wenar, "The Politics of Unity"
February 17, 2023 Tommie Shelby, "The Idea of Prison Abolition: Slavery and Its Legacy"
March 3, 2022 Dale Jamieson, "Climate, Carbon, and What really Matters"
January 29, 2021 Ruth Faden, "Social Injustice and COVID-19 Vaccines"
November 1, 2019 Cheshire Calhoun, "Responsibility and Taking on Responsibility"
October 8, 2018 Samuel Scheffler, "Why Worry about Future Generations?"