Lecture with Arthur Frank
Arthur Frank’s book Letting Stories Breathe, takes a unique approach by using literary concepts to ask social scientific questions: how do stories make life good and when do they endanger it?
February 16, 5:30 at Rockefeller Center, Room 003
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4—6 New Hampshire Primary Student Convention. Location: Radisson Hotel and Convention Center, 700 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101. Learn more>>
21 • 4:30 Joel Rosenthal, President of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, 2016 Ethics Institute Dorsett Fellow. "Rising Fences: Migrants, Borders and a New Frontier for Ethics" Lecture location: Dartmouth College, Filene Auditorium, Moore Hall. Learn more>>
23 • Premier at Sundance Film Festival. Life, Animated (U.S. Documentary Competition) Featuring: Owen Suskind, Ron Suskind, Cornelia Suskind, and Walter Suskind Directed by: Roger Ross Williams
As a young child, Owen Suskind, son of the Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Ron Suskind, was locked inside his autism, barely interacting with anyone. His only interest and outlet were Disney animated features like Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin — until one day, his father tried talking to him using a plush Iago toy, and imitating Gilbert Gottfried’s singular whine, and Owen began to open up to the world. This documentary, from Oscar-winning director Roger Ross Williams (Music by Prudence, God Loves Uganda) and using elements of animation itself, follows Owen’s story from childhood into his first steps into independence as a twentysomething adult.
25 • 2:00pm Professional Ethics Program for First Year Graduate Students, An institution-wide program of training in the basics of professional ethics for first year graduate students. Classes held at the Ethics Institute, Haldeman Building, Room 252, 2nd floor.
1, 8, 15, 22 • 2:00pm Professional Ethics Program for First Year Graduate Students, An institution-wide program of training in the basics of professional ethics for first year graduate students. Classes held at the Ethics Institute, Haldeman Building, Room 252, 2nd floor.
16 • Knowing Other People’s Stories: Empathy, Illness, and Identity, A talk by Arthur W. Frank, exploring storytelling as a practice that seeks to establish empathic relations by offering listeners a moral imagination of others’ worlds. Dr. Frank is an ethicist with a focus on palliative care and narrative. Rockefeller Center, Room 003, Time 5:30-7:00pm. Learn more>>
18—21 The Twenty-fifth Annual Association for Practical and Professional Ethics Conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Reston Hotel in Reston, Virginia.
4 • Ira Helfand Lecture, Haldeman 41, 4:00pm
8—9 • National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference 2016, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Ohio. Theme: Regenerative Medicine and Biomedical Engineering: Innovations and the Consequent Controversies. Learn more>>
20—22 • 2016 International Business Ethics Case Competition (IBECC), Cambridge, MA. IBECC is the oldest and most-recognized business ethics competition of its kind. The event will be held at the Boston Marriott Cambridge Hotel.
27 • 21st Annual DHMC Pediatric Ethics Conference, Pediatric Grand Rounds Norman Spack, M.D.Co-Founder and Co-Director, Emeritus, Gender Management Service. Endocrine Division, Boston Children's Hospital, 8:00am, Details of Conference TBD. (cosponsored by the Ethics Institute at Dartmouth College)
Coming in Fall, 2016 • 4:30—6 Ethical Issues in the Banking Crisis of 2008 A financial crisis panel discussion of the events and analysis of the ethical lapses that occurred in the lead-up to the 2008 crisis. (Hank Paulson '68).
In September 2008 the world’s financial system seemed to be in imminent danger of collapse; the rush to repair the damage and shore up the system for the future was handled by a variety of extremely capable people. But foremost among the group were a dedicated number of Dartmouth alumnae who worked tirelessly to control the chaos in the financial sector. This panel will serve as a “Fred Friendly” style seminar that will include the key players in this historical event: Henry Paulson (1968), John (Hans) Morris (1980), John Mahoney (1980), and Ken Wilson (1969). The panel will provide an overview of the events as well as analysis of the ethical lapses that occurred in the lead-up to the crisis. Professor Matt Slaughter (Tuck, Associate Dean) will serve as interviewer, and Aine Donovan will serve as convener.
Location: Spaulding Auditorium, Hopkins Center for the Arts. Learn more>>
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