CELS Lecture Series

CELS Center for Ethics, Law, and Society

Mondays: 12:05 - 12:55pm Pacific, Held Online 

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Free and Open to the Public

Recording of lectures can be viewed on the CELS, Past Events tab

Aug. 31           

   “Feminist Problems in Public Defense”
Sam Jay, Assistant Trial Attorney
Law Office of the Public Defender of New Mexico

Sept. 14           

  “Black Lives Matter: Organizing Sonoma County Youth”
Joy Ayodele, Santa Rosa Junior College

Sept. 21             

“The Ethics of Digital COVID 19 Tracking”
Dr. Jason Millar, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Ottawa

Sept. 28             

“Gender Non-conformity and Transgenderism”
Dr. Laura Edwards-Leeper, Associate Professor in the School of Graduate Psychology at Pacific 

Oct. 05             

  “The Slippery Slope of Privacy”
Prof. Evan Selinger, Rochester Institute of Technology

Oct. 12   

            “Questioning Our Questions: The Transformative Power of Curiosity”
Dr. Perry Zurn, PhD, American University

Oct. 19             

  “Do Black Lives Matter to Technology?”
Damien Williams, Science and Technology Studies,Virginia Tech

Oct. 26               

“Preventing Moral Harm in Fight Directing for Stage and Film”
Maestro Jared Kirby, Broadway FightDirector and Author

Nov. 02             

 “Space Ethics”
Dr. Brian Green, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University

Nov. 09           

   “US Environmental Politics: An analysis of the recent past and a look to the 
Dr. Emily Ray, Political Science, Sonoma State University

Nov. 16           

   “Robot Ethics”
Dr. AJung Moon, Director of the McGill Responsible Autonomy & Intelligent System Ethics (RAISE) 
lab. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Nov. 23             

 Warren Court Prizewinner Presentations

Nov. 30             

 “The Great Philosophical Debates in AI”
Prof. John P. Sullins, Center for Ethics Law and Society, Sonoma State University

This series is supported with the generous help of SSU Instructionally Related Activities