17th International Conference
on Ethics Across the Curriculum



Clemson University
Greenville, South Carolina
Date: October 8-10, 2015

Directors

Dan Wueste (Clemson)
Gabriel Palmer-Fernandez (Youngstown State University)
Alan Preti (Rosemont College)

Registration, Program,
Travel, Accommodations

Call for Papers

Theme: Ethics Without Borders

This year's theme highlights issues of global concern. Such issues include, but are not limited to: Economic Development, Human Rights, Capabilities Approaches, Communitarianism, Cosmopolitanism, Identity and the Other, Statehood and Citizenship, Immigration, Global Poverty and Aid, Disaster Relief and Resource Allocation, School Development, Global Corporate Responsibilities, Environmental Sustainability, Climate Change, Cross-cultural Moral Psychology, Moral Education in Diverse Contexts, Ethics and Religion, Comparative Ethics, and Moral Relativism.

Although the theme of the conference highlights issues concerning ethics without borders, the Society encourages submissions on any subject or thematic area that advances the mission of the SEAC to promote ethical inquiry and teaching across the curriculum.

Submissions may include full papers or abstracts; session formats will incclude paper sessions, panels, case study analysis and discussion, and pedagogical demonstrations.

Send submissions, formatted for blind review, to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Society by August 15, 2015 via email or in hard copy to Donna Werner, Chair, Philosophy Department (BA 113), St. Louis Community College, Meramec, 11333 Big Bend Boulevard, St. Louis MO 63122-5799. Phone: 314.984.7934. 

The Society publishes Teaching Ethics, and papers for conferences may be sent to the editors for their consideration for publication.
 

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