Center for the Study of Ethics Lecture Series
The Augustana Center for the Study of Ethics funds the Community Lecture Series 2009-2010 as a way of expressing appreciation for the support the college receives from the community.
The Community Lecture Series is made available without charge to area schools, churches, libraries, civic groups and other community organizations. Each participant has agreed to present his or her lecture up to four times to different groups and organizations. Participants do their own scheduling and should be contacted via email or at the phone number listed below to arrange a presentation.
Lectures and Presenters
Virtue, Character, and the Emotions: Timothy P. Bloser, assistant professor of philosophy, (309) 794-7269; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How Morals Can Be Objective without Being Factual: David K. Hill, Ph.D., professor of philosophy, (309) 794-7412; email: email@example.com
Christians’ Responsibility to Their Jewish Neighbors: Overcoming Supersessionism: Jason Mahn, assistant professor of religion, (309) 794-7324; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The American Eugenics Movement: Precursor to the Holocaust: Arthur H. Pitz, adjunct professor of history, (309) 794-7465; email: email@example.com
Paved with Good Intentions? How to Get the Best for Everyone from Short-Term Mission: Trips Dara L. Wegman-Geedey, professor of biology, (309) 794-3445; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org