The Kenan Graduate Fellows in Ethics are a competitively-selected cohort of doctoral students from across the disciplines, whose dissertation research engages in interesting ways with significant normative issues. They meet bimonthly for seminars, research, and writing workshops, in conversation with Duke and visiting faculty.
The Religions and Public Life Graduate Fellows are a competitively-selected cohort of graduate and professional students that forms an interdisciplinary, thematically-focused working group that meets monthly, with an end-of-year research workshop. The 2018-19 group’s theme was “Pain and Joy: Polemics and Praise in Religious Communities.” Both sets of graduate fellows will occasionally share blog posts or think-pieces based on their research.
At the Kenan Institute we take seriously the notion that “Ethics Matters Everywhere.” Take a look at our student and faculty blogs exploring how and why ethics matters across a range of times, places and issues.