Ethics, Moral Education, and Society

  • Founded
    1983
  • Seminar Number
    585

This seminar, made up of theoreticians, researchers, and educators, examines the themes of ethics, moral education, and society in a genuinely interdisciplinary fashion, covering such topics as moral motivation, moral development, moral education, and moral theory. Membership is drawn from the fields of psychology, philosophy, sociology, education, political theory, and religion. The seminar provides a meeting ground for communication and support unique to the New York metropolitan region.


Chair
Michael Schulman
Psychologist and Author
mdschlmn41@yahoo.com

Rapporteur
Rebecca Martin
rem2178@columbia.edu


Meeting dates and locations are subject to change. Please confirm details with the seminar rapporteur.

Welcome

Meetings

10/05/2015 Faculty House
7:00 PM
TEACHING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
Marc Brackett, Yale Center for Multiple Intelligence
Abstract




10/20/2015 Faculty House
7:00 PM
RECLAIMING CONVERSATION
Sherry Turkle, MIT
Abstract




11/16/2015 Faculty House
7:00 PM
SHAME: FOR BETTER AND FOR WORSE
Jennifer Jacquet, New York University
Speaker Link Abstract




12/14/2015 Faculty House
7:00 PM
SEX EDUCATION IN GLOBAL HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Jonathan Zimmerman, New York University
Abstract




01/25/2016 Faculty House
7:00 PM
How the World's Other 2.1 Billion Children Grow Up: A Global View
Uwe Gielen, St. Francis College
Abstract




03/21/2016 Faculty House
7:00 PM
THE END OF THE PUBLIC INTELLECTUAL
Edward Mendelson, The Lionel Trilling Professor in the Humanities at Columbia University
Abstract




04/11/2016 Faculty House
7:00 PM

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05/16/2016
7:00 PM

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