Center for Ethics

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“Is War Propaganda Ever Good?: American Filmmaking During World War II”
Mark Harris

“Post-War Justice"
Brian Orend


 

Carroll Bogert
A DVD of Carroll Bogert's talk is on reserve at
Trexler Library under "Center for Ethics."

David Pellow

Video of David Pellow talk HERE

Erik Loomis

Video of Erik Loomis talk HERE

 

Scott Lemieux

 

Barbara Cruikshank

Video of Barbara Cruikshank talk HERE




Reproductive Rights Panel

Video of Sex, Stigmitization & Violence

 

Linda Williams

 

Dorothy Roberts

Video of Dorothy Roberts talk HERE


Lawrence Lessig

Video of Lawrence Lessig HERE

Branko Milanović

Video of Branko Milanovic HERE

Benjamin Hale

Angus Burgin

Video of Angus Burgin HERE

Jerry Evensky

Video of Jerry Evenksy Lecture HERE

 

 


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Friedrich St. Florian
Video | About the speaker

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Gabri Christa and Marie-Celie Agnant
Video | About the speaker

 

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Eric Stange
Video | About the speaker

 

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Muhlenberg College Science Symposium
October 29, 2010
Video

Student researchers presented their projects in biochemistry, biology, chemistry, environmental science, math, neuroscience, and physics. A panel of Muhlenberg student researchers led a program on the student experience of “doing science.” Read more...

Center for EthicsDr. David C. Cassidy
October 21, 2010
Video | About the speaker

David Cassidy explores the history of physics and the atomic bomb projects in the U.S. and Germany. His subjects include Oppenheimer, Heisenberg, and Einstein, with an eye toward how scientists have responded to difficult moral and political situations and how their work has shaped modern culture. Read more about the lecture...

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Dr. Mario Livio
September 30, 2010
Video | About the speaker

Dr. Mario Livio's work explores the expanding universe, dark matter, and supernovas. In his most recent popular work, Is God a Mathematician?, Livio focuses on the question of whether mathematics is a natural phenomenon or an invention of the human mind.  Read more about the lecture...

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Dr. Heather Douglas
September 23, 2010
Video | About the speaker

Dr. Heather Douglas is the author of Science, Policy, and the Value-Free Ideal. In her work, Douglas rejects the assumptions that science is an enterprise in which scientists are not influenced by ethical and social values. Read more about the lecture...

 

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Harvey Molotch
November 10, 2009
Video | About the speaker

In his talk, "Out of the Water Closet: Gender, City, and the Public Toilet," Harvey Molotch addresses the line between private acts and public space in public washrooms. Read more about the lecture...

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Lady Pink
September 22, 2009
Video | About the speaker

"A Talk with Graffiti Artists" explores how graffiti artists mark space and how graffiti gives voice to marginalized communities. Read more about the lecture...

 

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Dr. Jon Pahl
October 5, 2009
Video | About the speaker

In his lecture, "The Desire to Acquire: Or Why Shopping Malls are Sites of Religious Violence," Dr. Jon Pahl discusses how malls are "sacred places" in a global religion of the market.  He is the author of Shopping Malls and Other Sacred Places and Empire of SacrificeRead more about the lecture...

 

Center for EthicsDr. Mindy Thompson Fullilove
October 26, 2009
Video | About the speaker

Dr. Fullilove's lecture explores the connections among race, class, urban displacement, and health in America. She is the author of Root Shock: How Tearing Up City Neighborhoods Hurts America,
and What we Can do About It
Read more about the lecture...

 

Center for EthicsBruce Cain, Atiya Stokes-Brown, and Peter Wagner
November 4, 2009
Video

Panel on "Geo-Politicized Space: Race, Representation and the 2010 Census"
Read more about the panel...