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.
- Luke Bretherton talks poverty and the presidential campaign
- Applications for summer undergraduate opportunities due February 5
- Walter Sinnott-Armstrong weighs in on conscientious objection in healthcare
- Suzanne Shanahan joins Duke panel on ISIS and the refugee crisis
- Now accepting applications for alternative Spring break on the US-Mexico border
- Ethics Film Series: Wall-E, Feb. 10
Free & open to the public. Free parking. Screening begins at 7pm in Griffith Theater, Bryan Center.
- The Healing Arts: Storytelling, Music, and the Practices of Medicine, Feb. 11
5:30pm, Nelson Music Room
- Steve Weisman: Could Globalization Be Moral After All? Feb. 15
Sanford 201, 4:00-6:00pm