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Adventures in Ethics

Adventures in Ethics is Emerson’s annual lecture series devoted to an exigent theme. Co-directed by Pablo Muchnik and David Kishik, with Thomas Cooper as an advising partner, Adventures in Ethics is made possible by the generous support of Paul Santinelli and the academic leadership at Emerson College. For more information, please contact David Kishik at david_kishik [at] emerson.edu.

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2019–2020: Between Art and Life

Upcoming Speakers (2020)

Nancy Sherman

Professor of philosophy, Georgetown University | Tuesday, February 4, 2020 | “Stoic Grit and Compassion”

Edward McGushin

Professor of philosophy, Stonehill College | Tuesday, March 24, 2020 | “Dreaming and Becoming”

Louis Sass

Professor of psychology, Rutgers University | Tuesday, April 14, 2020 | “Inward Outward: Reflections on Modernism and Madness”

Previous Speakers (2019)

John Kaag

Professor of philosophy, University of Massachusetts at Lowell | Tuesday, October 22, 2019 | “Philosophy and the Art of Life”

Tehching Hsieh

Performance artist, New York | Tuesday, September 24, 2019 | “Lifeworks 1978–1999”

Past Themes

You can also review our archive of past themes.


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