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Ethics in the Humanities Classroom

Chaired by Melissa Lane

October 19, 2017 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm EDT · 301 Marx

The University Center for Human Values, McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, Humanities Council

What makes a course count as EM (Ethical Thought and Moral Values) in the Princeton curriculum? And more broadly, how do ethical questions figure in humanities courses – in course design, and in the classroom experience of reading, writing, seeing, hearing, and discussing?

A diverse range of panelists will open the discussion:

Amy Borovoy, East Asian Studies

Peter Brooks, Comparative Literature and The University Center for Human Values

Rebecca Graves-Bayazitoglu, McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning

Esther Schor, English and Humanities Council

Peter Singer, The University Center for Human Values

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