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Dana Forum 2019: Day 1 Opening Remarks

Welcome and Opening Remarks by Dr. Brian Mello, Director, Center for Ethics

From  Dana Forum on April 18th, 2019 13 plays 0  

Center For Ethics Spring 2019: "Climate Depression & Environmental Angst: The Emotional Toll of Ecological Loss"

Jennifer Atkinson, lecturer of interdisciplinary arts and sciences and associate director of the pre-major program and discovery core at the University of Washington, Bothell Monday, February 4, 7…

From  Center for Ethics on February 5th, 2019 50 plays 0  

Center for Ethics: Dr. Mona Bhan

November 5th, 2018. Dr. Mona Bhan, Associate Professor of Anthropology at DePauw University will present a lecture based on her work in the border provinces of Kashmir that analyzes the relationship…

From  Center for Ethics on November 6th, 2018 61 plays 0  

Election Series 2018: State and Local Political Coverage in Pennsylvania: Perspectives on a Changing Media Landscape

Dave Davies has covered state and local politics and government in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania for more than 30 years. He’s currently senior reporter for WHYY-FM a public radio station in…

From  Center for Ethics on October 10th, 2018 12 plays 0  

Center for Ethics: James Hansen “Global Energy, Climate and Health: Young People’s Burdens and Opportunities”

A climatologist, activist, and one of the first to study global climate change, Hansen directs the Program on Climate Science, Awareness, and Solutions at Columbia University’s Earth Institute.…

From  Center for Ethics on September 8th, 2018 217 plays 0  

Dana Forum 2018: Doctors, Medicine, and the Truth

Presentation by: Laura Gleason, Michelle Haykin, Julia LeepLizar, and Katlyn Mayer

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From  Dana Forum on May 14th, 2018 19 plays 0  

Center for Ethics: "I, Citizen"

November 1, 7 p.m. in Moyer Hall’s Miller Forum Achy Obejas will introduce her newest book of short stories, the “Tower of the Antilles,” with a book signing to follow. These…

From  Center for Ethics on November 2nd, 2017 50 plays 0  

Center for Ethics: "Why is Trump So Enjoyable?"

William Mazzarella will explore the imperviousness of President Donald Trump's popularity to gaffes and scandals. To do this, he will suggest that we need to come to grips with the dimension of…

From  Center for Ethics on September 8th, 2017 338 plays 0  

Mr. Giugni: Humanitarian Aid in Multiple Combat Zones

Mr. Giugni will give a brief presentation and be part of an open discussion that explores his experience of helping to facilitate humanitarian aid in multiple combat zones around the world. Speaker…

From  Center for Ethics on April 5th, 2017 28 plays 0  

Michael Kazin lecture, “Should the U.S. Have Fought in World War One”

Kazin will examine the debate over whether the U.S. should prepare for and then declare war on Imperial Germany, which was one of the most contentious and significant in American history. In the…

From  Center for Ethics on March 29th, 2017 64 plays 0  

Center for Ethics: Post-War Justice

February 20th, 2017 When wars are wrapped up badly, they tend to sow the seeds for future armed conflict: witness the connection between WWI and WWII, the two “Serb wars” in the 1990s,…

From  Center for Ethics on February 22nd, 2017 135 plays 0  

Center for Ethics: Is War Propaganda Ever Good?: American Filmmaking During WWII

During this lecture, Harris will discuss the partnership that developed between Washington and Hollywood following Pearl Harbor. Filmmakers of the time were recruited and encouraged (or coerced?) to…

From  Center for Ethics on February 8th, 2017 114 plays 0  

Eric Fair reading and discussion of "Consequences, a Memoir"

Fair, a Bethlehem native and resident, did a reading and discussion from his book “Consequences, a Memoir,” which chronicles Eric's role as a contract interrogator for the U.S.…

From  Center for Ethics on October 26th, 2016 81 plays 0  

Ethics, Politics and the Quest for Justice at Guantanamo: Reflections of a Gitmo Defense Lawyer

David J. Frakt is a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corps Reserve and an independent legal scholar, writer and commentator. Lt> Col. Frakt is a highly…

From  Center for Ethics on September 28th, 2016 94 plays 0