SEAC 2014 : 16th International Conference Ethics Across the Curriculum Call for Papers. Topic: Engaging the Future Responsibly http://www.rit.edu/cla/ethics/seac/conferences.html
Call For Papers
16th International Conference
on Ethics Across the Curriculum
Arizona State University
Date: October 2-4, 2014
Joseph Herkert (Arizona State)
Karin Ellison (Arizona State)
Kelly Smith (Clemson)
Call for Papers
Topic: Engaging the Future Responsibly
Submissions are encouraged on issues and methods regarding responsible engagement of the future. Topics could include:
Science and Technology Issues
Emerging technologies (e.g. robotics, human enhancement, nanotechnology)
Sustainability (e.g. energy, water, agriculture, urban infrastructure)
Climate change (mitigation, adaptation)
Social and Institutional Issues
Conflict & terrorism
Status of women
Corporate social responsibility
Methods of Engagement
Ethics advisory mechanisms (e.g. clinical ethics consultation, advisory panels)
Cultural prediction/response (e.g. art, film, literature)
Public engagement (e.g. town halls, social media, online education)
Although the theme of the conference highlights issues concerning engaging the future responsibly, 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 include paper sessions, panels, case study analysis and discussion, and pedagogical demonstrations.
Upload submissions, in PDF format and formatted for blind review, by August 1, 2014 to Easy Chair.
If you are new to Easy Chair, you must register before submitting your paper or abstract. For questions, email Mary Drago.
The Society publishes Teaching Ethics, and papers for conferences may be sent to the editors for their consideration for publication.
The Rutland Institute for Ethics at Clemson University
The Ethics Center at Utah Valley University
Dr. James Dale Ethics Center at Youngstown State University
The Ezra A. Hale Chair in Applied Ethics at the Rochester Institute of Technology
FIPSE, the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education