Seminars

Energy Ethics

Founded 2017 Seminar Number 785 The Columbia University Seminar on Energy Ethics engages leaders from economics, sustainable development, politics, climate law, environmental studies, disaster studies, international relations, geography, philosophy, ethics, theology, medicine, as well as activists, to discuss energy ethics with a multidisciplinary approach.  The seminar addresses the need for a multilateral dialogue between ethicists, energy experts, […]

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Indigenous Studies

Founded 2014 Seminar Number 771 Indigenous Peoples’ claims for retributive justice are leading to debates over restitution and the legal, political and moral consequences of the acknowledgment of past wrongs. What are the ramifications of the right to self-determination for Indigenous Peoples in a contemporary world? Collective and individual identities and human rights may be […]

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History, Redress, and Reconciliation

Founded 2009 Seminar Number 729 Historical redress continues to occupy public and political debates as well as scholarly research. The study of human rights abuses and the ways in which redress addresses past injustices has gained broad recognition across a wide range of academic fields. Despite, or perhaps because of this widespread attention, there has […]

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