Ethics Central - Spring 2007 Newsletter

The Center's newsletter is now available online and in print.

Download a PDF version of the Spring 2007 Newsletter, or contact the Center for a copy.

What's in the Spring 2007 Issue:

From the Director: "After Carter"

"Saving Species, Saving Lives: Balancing Biodiversity and Human Needs in Sub-Saharan Africa"

"Pieces of the Coexistence Puzzle: Democracy, Human Rights, Gender and Development"


  • Coexistence International releasing country studies
  • The Center welcomes a new staff member
  • The Center welcomes the 2007 Ethics Center Student Fellows

Announcing the release of two online publications: Recasting Reconciliation through Culture and the Arts and Telling the Story

Coming Soon: The International Judge: An Introduction to the Men and Women Who Decide the World's Cases

Applying Coexistence Theory to Work in the Field: profiles of Andrew Ginsberg and Moussokoro Kané, two students in the Slifka Master's Program in Coexistence and Conflict

Selected Event Highlights:

  • Amazones, the women master drummers of Guinea, spend three days in residence at Brandeis as part of the Intercultural Residency Series
  • Mari Fitzduff released a four-page brochure suggesting core competencies for graduate programs like the Slifka Master's program
  • Imad Abu-Kishek, a visiting administrator from Al-Quds University in Jersalem, hosted a conversation called "Life in the West Bank" for members of the Brandeis community