Two introductory lectures on care ethics were made available by dr. Gregory B. Sadler, lecturer at Marist College. The lectures were given as part of his Spring 2012 Ethics classes. Continue reading Introductory lectures on Ethics of Care by Gregory B. Sadler
On 30-31 January 2014, the University of Humanistic Studies (UvH) organised its anniversary conference entitled ‘A Meaningful Life in a Just Society: Investigating Well-being and Democratic Caring’. In celebration of its 25th anniversary the UvH bestowed honorary doctorates upon professors Carol D. Ryff (University of Wisconsin) and Joan C. Tronto (University of Minnesota). Continue reading UvH Anniversary Conference 2014
At the UvH Anniversary Conference in january 2014, the first copy of the third volume in this series was presented to prof. Joan Tronto. Continue reading Moral boundaries redrawn
The Utrecht ethics of care group concentrates on practices of care, as a source of knowledge and what ‘learning while doing’ is about. Etienne Wenger is one of our sources of intellectual inspiration with regard to the concept of practice and what learning in practices is about. Continue reading Lecture Etienne Wenger: Learning in practices
Session of UvH Anniversary Conference 2014 “A Meaningful Life in a Just Society”.
Chaired by prof. dr. Helen Kohlen (University of Vallendar, Koblenz, Germany) and prof. dr. Carlo Leget (University of Humanistic Studies) Continue reading Session 3: Ethics of Care As an Interdisciplinary Challenge
Inge van Nistelrooij will defend her PhD-thesis on ‘Sacrifice. A care-ethical reappraisal of sacrifice and self-sacrifice’ at the University of Humanistic Studies (Utrecht, the Netherlands) on January 15, 2014. What made her choose this subject, how did her research unfold, and what were the most striking outcomes?