Public Lecture on Ethics and Human Trafficking - Event Details

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Public Lecture on Ethics and Human Trafficking

Location: UCB 100

Dr. John Kaiser Ortiz will present a public lecture entitled:
“Ghosting Humanity: Prelude to the Ethics of the Disappeared”

Dr. John Kaiser Ortiz’s teaching, research publications and activism stand at the crossroads between social/political philosophy, human rights and ethics. He currently teaches the Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies course at Millersville University.

Since receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Oregon, he has taught in the Department of Ethnic Studies at Bowling Green State University and the Philosophy Department at Millersville University. His essays have appeared in Critical Philosophy of Race, philoSophia: A Journal of Continental Feminism, The Pluralist: The Journal of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, Inter-American Journal of Philosophy and Comparative Philosophy.

All are Welcome!

* This event is sponsored by the Hawaiʻi Island Philosophy Club, the Philosophy Department, and the Gender and Women’s Studies Program

For accommodations, contact Disability Services Office, (808) 932-7623.

For more information, contact: celiab@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7230

Tags: Human Trafficking Academic Social and Political Philosophy

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