We’re back! I’m very happy to announce that we have a whole new season of Public Ethics Radio ahead of us. We’ll be publishing new episodes at the beginning of the month—starting today! Stay tuned for a fascinating conversation with Samantha Brennan of the University of Western Ontario on gender inequality.
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That’s right: new episodes coming soon! After a bit of an unplanned hiatus, we’re back at work churning out listening material for you fine listeners.
First on deck, the long-promised David Grewal discussion on network power. That should hit the tubes next week.
Followed, in no particular order, by Jennifer Ruger on public health priorities for the Obama administration, Sanjay Reddy on assessing poverty, and Jedediah Purdy on a topic to be announced. Check back soon for more details.
I’m putting the finishing touches on a new episode on proportionality in war. The conversation is with the one and only Jeff McMahan, who graciously let us set this up on very short notice. The episode should be up by Wednesday.
Due to some technical problems, we’re making a small change to the schedule of upcoming episodes. We’re swapping Leif Wenar and Jessica Wolfendale. This means that the Wolfendale episode on torture lite is coming out tomorrow, 9/15, and Wenar’s on 10/6. Sorry to all you Leif Wenar fans out there, but I promise you won’t be disappointed once you’ve heard the good Dr. Wolfendale.
To whet your appetite, here’s the release schedule for our next few episodes.
- 9/15: Leif Wenar (Kings College London) on the Resource Curse
- 10/6: Jessica Wolfendale (University of Melbourne) on Torture Lite
- 10/27: Larry Temkin (Rutgers) on Extending Human Lifespans
We’ve got lots more in the works, and we’ll let you know about those as they materialize. In the gaps between shows, I’ll be posting here with discussions of our past episodes, previews of future ones, and lots more.