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Events

Visit our team at public events year-round. Not in DC? Not a problem! We frequently travel for conferences and workshops. Take a peek at where we’ve been and what we’re up to next.

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Upcoming

 

 Logo of the American Philosophical Association

Ethics Lab Senior Ethicist, Elizabeth Edenberg, and Postdoctoral Fellow, August Gorman, will present on Ethics Lab’s partnership model and distinctive pedagogy in “Integrating Ethics into STEM Classrooms” at the 2019 Eastern Division American Philosophical Association conference, as part of the Teaching Hub, a collaboration between the APA and the American Association of Philosophy Teachers.

 
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Ethics Lab Postdoctoral Fellow, August Gorman, will be judging the 7th Annual DC High School Ethics Bowl on February 9th, 2019.



E. Edenberg & A. Gorman, “Integrating Ethics into STEM Classrooms,” APA: Eastern Division, APA-AAPT Teaching Hub, January 8, 2019 (New York, New York)

E. Edenberg, “The Normative Core of Digital Consent” APA: Eastern Division, January 10, 2019 (New York City)

E. Edenberg, “Feminist Approaches to Bioethics,” National Institutes of Health Department of Bioethics: First Year Fellows Seminar, February 6, 2019 (Bethesda, MD)

E. Edenberg, “Civic Disagreement & Epistemic Peers: Building Mutual Respect,” 

  • Political Epistemology Seminar Series, The Institute of Philosophy, April 8, 2019 (London)

  • APA: Pacific Division, April 2019 (Vancouver)

Recent Highlights

 


 

Political Epistemology Event in Ethics Lab

E. Edenberg, Expert Panelist on AI & Ethics, POLITICO: AI SUMMIT, September 27, 2018 (Washington, DC) 

E. Edenberg, “Say it to my Facebook: [Un]reasonable disagreement in the age of social media” 

  • Philosophy of Education Society of North America, October 27, 2018 (Chicago)

  • Birkbeck Philosophy Summer Workshop, June 16, 2018 (London)

E. Edenberg, “Civic Disagreement & Epistemic Peers: Building Mutual Respect,” Political Epistemology Workshop, October 25, 2018 (Washington, DC)

E. Edenberg and M. Jones, “Analyzing the Legal Roots and Moral Core of Digital Consent,” TPRC: Communications, Information, and Internet Policy, September 22, 2018 (Washington, DC)

E. Edenberg, “Reasonableness: A Moral Threshold of Respect” 

  • Institute of Philosophy, University of London, September 7, 2018 (London)

  • Bled Ethics Conference, June 2018 (Bled, Slovenia)

E. Edenberg, “Should Truth Play a Role in Public Reason?” 

  • Manchester Center for Political Theory 2018 Workshops, September 10, 2018 (Manchester, UK)

  • European Epistemology Network, June 29, 2018 (Amsterdam)

J. Healey and E. Edenberg, "How Can Design Thinking Tackle Complex Moral Problems in Business," invited workshop at “Managing and Teaching Business Ethics: Global Trends and Challenges,” Lassalle Institut, May 2018 (Zug, Switzerland)

J. Healey, E. Edenberg, S. Luken, and N. Staple, “Design Tools for Creative Ethics Education,” SXSW EDU, March 2018 (Austin, TX)

E. Edenberg, “Digital Consent and the Re-Globalization of the Internet,” Privacy Law Scholars Conference-Europe, January 2018 (Brussels)

E. Edenberg, M. Jones, E. Kaufman, “AI and the Ethics of Automating Consent,” AI Ethics: The Privacy Challenge at the Brussels Privacy Symposium, November 2017 (Brussels)

E. Edenberg, “Feminist Approaches to Bioethics,” National Institutes of Health, December 2017 (Bethesda, MD)

“Can a Neutral State Combat Oppression?” Manchester Center for Political Theory 2017 Workshops, Sept. 2017 (Manchester, UK)

E. Edenberg, “Digital Consent: A Return to Political Philosophy,” Center for Ethics and Technology, Delft University of Technology, September 2017 (Delft, Netherlands)

E. Edenberg, “Ethics Lab Methodology,” Teaching Colloquium, Delft University of Technology, September 2017 (Delft, Netherlands)