About the Annual SEAC Conference: The Annual Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum Conference is the preeminent opportunity for those of us working in ethics education, and in integrating ethics into the broader curriculum, to gather to share ideas, present our latest research, demonstrate pedagogical experiments, and network with each other, all in the spirit of conviviality. New members and graduate students are most welcome, as is anyone interested in this important work.
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2021 SEAC Conference on Ethics
Theme: Environmental Ethics
For this year’s conference we have a special interest in approaches for teaching environmental ethics, with possible topic areas including (but not limited to) climate change, food and/or water security, energy production and use, literature and the environment, development and community engagement, risk communication, animal rights, the “Green New Deal,” and environmental education, justice, policy and politics, or refugees. Call For Papers & Conference Schedule
- Colorado School of Mines
- October 7-9, 2021
- Sandy Woodson (Colorado School of Mines)
- Qin Zhu (Colorado School of Mines)
- Daniel Wueste(Clemson University)
- Adam Briggle, University of North Texas, author of Thinking through Climate Change: A Philosophy of Energy in the Anthropocene
- Janisse Ray, author of Ecology of a Cracker Childhood and The Seed Underground: A Growing Revolution to Save Food
Program: The conference program is under development and updates will be posted as they are finalized.
- Registration is Open: Registration is handled through the Philosophy Documentation Center. Register here
- Conference Abstracts: Deadline for submission is now closed.
- Graduate Student Paper Award: SEAC is awarding $500 to the best graduate student paper!
Travel & Accommodations: No longer applicable, as the conference will be virtual this year.
SEAC’s journal Teaching Ethics will publish a special edition on “Environmental Ethics, Sustainability, and Teaching Environmental Ethics. The edition is planned in conjunction with the 22nd annual conference. The theme for the SEAC conference is “Teaching Environmental Ethics.” Papers should be submitted by November 15th here. Note: It is acceptable to submit abstracts for paper presentations at SEAC’s annual conference in other areas of Ethics Across the Curriculum.