We are an interdisciplinary “think and do” tank committed to promoting moral reflection and commitment, conducting interdisciplinary research, and shaping policy and practice. At Duke we serve as a central node for analysis, debate, and engagement on ethical issues at and beyond the university. We currently feature work on global migration, human rights, regulatory policy, moral attitudes and decision-making, and religions and public life.
- Team Kenan’s Native American fashion event prompts reflections
- Lawrence Baxter talks about avoiding the “regulatory capture trap”
- Nina Strohminger identifies moral decisions as key in choosing partners
- Suzanne Shanahan comments on new imagining of undergraduate curriculum
- Noah Pickus outlines need for bi-partisan immigration reform
- Reasonable Accommodations and Minority Religious Freedom, Nov. 20
This day-long workshop is part of a continuing series on religion and minority rights.
- Daniel Ribeiro: Taking on Corruption in Brazil Through Regulation, Dec. 12
Rethinking Regulation, 12-1:30pm
- Winter Forum: To Catch a Killer, Jan. 4-6
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