CSI 150 Prison and the Question of Ethics

Taught by Perry Zurn This course will offer students an introduction to the primary subfields of applied ethics: business ethics, biomedical ethics, research ethics, environmental ethics, and food ethics. Unconventionally, however, it will do so through the thematic of the prison. The course will analyze prison labor, mental and physical healthcare in prison, the aging prison […]

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CSI-0244 Environmental Ethics: Feminist, Queer, Crip

Taught by Perr Zurn This course is an in-depth study of environmental ethics. Reading widely in classic environmental literature, we begin by interrogating the changing referent of the term “nature,” from animals and wilderness to city parks and the organics movement. We then critically compare 1) “nature” with forms of life that are socially naturalized […]

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