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Distinguished Speakers and Lecturers



Since its inception in 1999, the Center for Ethics Education at Fordham University has hosted a wide array of talented and dynamic lecturers through its Annual Conferences and Lecture Series. The individuals represented not only contributed greatly to Fordham’s Jesuit tradition of being men and women for others, but also made an indelible impact on the Center’s goal to highlight the increasing necessity to practice and apply ethics throughout all areas of life. The Center for Ethics Education remains honored to have interacted with and learned from the individuals listed below.


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Gloria Albrecht
Professor of Religion and Ethics
University of Detroit, Mercy


Pulpit Politics: Gender, Religion, and Social Justice in 2008
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Anita L. Allen
Henry R. Silverman Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy
University of Pennsylvania

Privacy Rights and Wrongs: Balancing Moral Priorities for the 21st Century

 

George Annas
Edward R. Utley Professor and Chair of the Health Law Department, Boston University School of Public Health
Professor, Boston University School of Medicine and School of Law
Founder, Law, Medicine and Ethics Program at Boston University

2005 Visiting Lecture Series: Just Allocation of Health Care Resources

Etin Anwar   Etin Anwar
Assistant Professor of Religous Studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Pulpit Politics: Gender, Religion, and Social Justice
  Scott Appleby
Professor of History
John M. Regan Jr. Director
Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
University of Notre Dame

Moral Outrage and Moral Repair: Reflections on 911 and Its Afterlife




  Tsvi Blanchard
Director of Organizational Development
The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership

Reflections on the End of Life: Schiavo Plus One
Pulpit Politics: Gender, Religion, and Social Justice

  Donna Brazile
Founder and Managing Director, Brazile and Associates, LLC
Chair of the Democratic National Committee's Voting Rights Institute (VRI)
Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University

Pulpit Politics: Gender, Religion, and Social Justice

 

Alan Breier,M.D
Vice President of Lilly Medical
Chief Medical Officer, Eli Lilly and Company

Bio-Pharmaceuticals for the 21st Century

 
Donald Brown
Associate Professor, Environmental Ethics, Science and Law, Penn State University; Director, Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium; Director, Collaborative Program on Ethical Dimensions of Climate Change

Moral Heat: Ethical Dimensions of Environmental Regulation and Economics in the 21st Century

 

Don Browning
Alexander Campbell Professor Emeritus of Religious Ethics and Social Sciences Divinity School
University
of Chicago

Pulpit Politics: Gender, Religion, and Social Justice


  Robert Burt
Yale Law School

Reflections on the End of Life: Schiavo Plus One
 

   

Sidney Callahan
Licensed psychologist, scholar, and author

Pulpit Politics: Gender, Religion, and Social Justice

 


Jonathan Capehart
Editorial Board
Washington Post

Money, Media, and the Battle for Democracy's Soul



 


Susan J. Carroll

Professor of Politican Science and Women's and Gender Studies at Rutgers University

Pulpit Politics: Gender, Religion, and Social Justice




 

R. Alta Charo, J.D.
Warren P. Knowles Professor of Law & Bioethics
University
of Wisconsin at Madison

Embryonic Stem Cell Research: Moral Questions for the 21st Century

     
 

Richard Davis
Professor of Political Science at Brigham Young University

Money, Media, and the Battle for Democracy's Soul


  Diana DeGette
Congresswoman; Vice-Chair
of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce

Bio-Pharmaceuticals for the 21st Century

 

E.J.  Dionne, Jr.
Columnist, The Washington Post
Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution
University Professor in the Foundations of Democracy and Culture
Georgetown University

Moral Outrage and Moral Repair: Reflections on 911 and Its Afterlife

  Richard M. Doerflinger
Deputy Director: Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities
United States
Conference of Catholic Bishops

Embryonic Stem Cell Research: Moral Questions for the 21st Century
   

Rebecca Dresser
Daniel Noyes Kirby Professor of Law & Professor of Ethics in Medicine, Washington University School of Law

2004 Visiting Lecture Series: Research Ethics

    Amitai Etzioni
University Professor and Professor of International Affairs, The George Washington University

Privacy Rights and Wrongs: Moral Prioritis for the 21st Century
 Margaret Farley  

Margaret Farley
Gilbert L. Stark Professor Emerita of Christian Ethics
Yale Divinity School

2004 Lecture Series: Research Ethics

   

Charles Fahey
Fordham University

Reflections on the End of Life: Schiavo Plus One

   

Russ Feingold
Fo
rmer U.S. Senator from Wisconsin

Money, Media, and the Battle for Democracy's Soul

    Richard Fleisher
Professor of Political Science
Fordham
University    

Pulpit Politics: Gender, Religion, and Social Justice
   
Michael Gazzaniga

Professor of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley

Reflections at the End of Life: Schiavo Plus One
    Stephen Gardiner
Associate Professor: Department of Philosophy and Program on Values in Society
University
of Washington, Seattle

Moral Heat: Ethical Dimensions of Environmental Regulation and Economics in the 21st Century
   


Ken Getz

Professor of Media, Culture, and Communications at New York University

Privacy Rights and Wrong: Balancing Moral Priorities for the 21st Century



 

Vincent Harris
CEO of Harris Media, LLC

Money, Media, and the Battle for Democracy's Soul

 

Elizabeth Johnson
Distinguished Professor of Theology at Fordham University

Moral Heat: Ethical Dimensions of Environmental Regulation and Economics in the 21st Century
 

Beth Knobel
Assistant Professor, Communication and Media Studies, Fordham University

Money, Media, and the Battle for Democracy's Soul

 

M. Therese Lysaught
Associate Professor of Theology at Marquette University

Reflections on the End of Life: Schiavo Plus One

 

Michael Mablin
Professor of political science at SUNY Albany

Money, Media, and the Battle for Democracy's Soul

 

David Mark
Senior Editor, Politico

Money, Media, and the Battle for Democracy's Soul

 

 

William F. May
Cary M. Maguire Professor of Ethics Emeritus, Southern Methodist University

Reflections on the End of Life: Schiavo Plus One

 
Joel Reidenberg

Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg Chair and Professor of Law; Founding Academic Director, Center on Law and Information Policy

Privacy Rights and Wrong: Balancing Moral Priorities for the 21st Century

    Noah Shachtman
Contributing Editor, Wired Magazine

Privacy Rights and Wrong: Balancing Moral Priorities for the 21st Century
    Daniel Solove
Professor of Law, The George Washington University School of Law

Privacy Rights and Wrong: Balancing Moral Priorities for the 21st Century
Valerie Steeves  
Valerie Steeves

Associate Professor of Criminology at the University of Ottawa

Privacy Rights and Wrong: Balancing Moral Priorities for the 21st Century

 

Chuck Todd
Chief White House Political Correspondent for NBC News

Money, Media, and the Battle for Democracy's Soul

 

     

Kenneth D. Wald
Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida

Pulpit Politics: Gender, Religion and Social Justice

 

     

Margaret Urban Walker
Donald J. Schuenke Professor in Philosophy, Marquette University

Moral Outrage and Moral Repair: Reflections on 9/11 and Its Afterlife

 

Pai-Yei Whung, Ph.D.  
Pai-Yei Whung
Chief Scientist, Environmental Protection Agency

Moral Heat: Ethical Dimensions of Environmental Regulation and Economics in the 21st Century

 




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