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2017–2018 Ethics Institute Sponsored, Co-Sponsored, or Affiliate Events Calendar 

January  Professor Cobb

10 • 4:30 Dorsett Fellowship Lecture Series: Free Speech on College Campuses.  "The Half-Life of Freedom Race and Justice in America Today"  Lecture with Jelani Cobb an American writer, author and educator. A professor of journalism at Columbia University, Professor Cobb was previously an associate professor of history and director of the Institute for African American Studies at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, Connecticut from 2012 to 2016.[3] Since 2015, he has been a staff writer at The New Yorker.  Haldeman Center, Room 041. Sponsored by the Ethics Institute.

17 • 6 to 8pm. Supreme Court Dinner Workshop Facilitated by: Professor Sonu Bedi (Department of Government).  This will be the introductory session.  We will also discuss Trump v. International Refugee Assistance.

22 • 12:40-1:30 Student Lunch with Reverend Dr. Lewis of the Middle Project.  Location: Ethics Institute, Haldeman Center, Room 252.  Sponsored by the Ethics Institute and cosponsored by the Tucker Center as part of the MLK Celebration. Learn more about Reverend Dr. Lewis>>.  Students may register to meet Reverend Dr. Lewis and participate in a lunch discussion.  Register for lunch here!Reverend Dr. Lewis








29  6:30 to 8:30pm.  Supreme Court Dinner Workshop Gill v. Whitford.  Facilitated by Professor Nicholas O. Stephanopoulos, University of Chicago Law School.


16  6 to 8pm. Supreme Court Dinner Workshop, Carpenter v. United States Facilitated by Professor Jennifer Daskal (American University Washington College of Law). 

27  6 to 8pm.  Supreme Court Dinner Workshop, Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission Facilitated by Professor Linda C. McClain (Boston University School of Law).


AprilRobert Post

12 • 4:30 Dorsett Fellowship Lecture Series: Free Speech on College Campuses.  Lecture with Robert Post, Dean and Sol & Lillian Goldman Professor of Law, Robert Post is Dean and Sol & Lillian Goldman Professor of Law at Yale Law School. Dean Post’s subject areas are constitutional law, First Amendment, legal history, and equal protection. Sponsored by the Ethics Institute.  Location: Haldeman 041.






19—20  Moral and Political Philosophy Workshop. This workshop seeks to bring leading scholars to Dartmouth to discuss a range of normative concerns that are at the core of the scholarly study of ethics.  Workshop details will post at a later date. Sponsored by the Ethics Institute.


Last Updated: 1/16/18