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May 9 2022 | Diana Aguilera
Is sex political? In her new book, philosopher Amia Srinivasan explores the politics and ethics of sex and to whom it is owed. The Right to Sex: Feminism in the Twenty-First Century is a collection of essays that address various topics, including Title IX and consent, the ethics of professor-...
Apr 22 2022 | Diana Aguilera
Diana Acosta-Navas, a postdoctoral fellow at the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, works at the intersection of applied ethics, political philosophy, and public policy. As she describes it, “My work stresses the importance of recognizing victims’ testimony in the wake of massive human...
Apr 11 2022 | Donna Hunter
Welcome to the first in our blog series featuring current and former Ethics Center Graduate Fellows! Our goal is to highlight the often under-recognized ethics-related work graduate students are doing across the university, whether it be through their research, advocacy, mentoring, or community...
Jan 3 2022 | Diana Aguilera
Writing a non-academic book is often a solitary process. It requires concentration, time, and commitment. Most often, the exchange of ideas occurs mainly between an author and an editor. But what if there was a way to incorporate other voices into the editing process? An author himself, Rob Reich...

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