Santa Clara University

Lecture Series 2001

"When Cultural Values Clash with Universal Rights:
Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women?"

Susan Moller Okin
Marta Sutton Weeks Professor of Ethics in Society and Professor of Political Science, Stanford University

October 29, 2001

Lecture Series 2002

"Expanding the Role of Ethics in Legal Education and the Legal Profession"

Deborah Rhode
Ernest W. McFarland Professor of Law, Stanford University.

A panel discussion of Deborah Rhode's book,
In the Interests of Justice: Reforming the Legal Profession,
featuring Ellen Pansky, Margaret Russell, Alan Scheflin and Gerald Uelmen, moderated by David Perry, with responses by Deborah Rhode.

January 17, 2002

"Necessary Secrets: Privacy, Confidentiality and Privilege in Mental Health Services"

"Children's Adaptations to Illness, Death and Loss"

"Order in the Court: Making Sense of Mental Health Ethics and the Legal System"
(Keynote address for the 31st annual Western Psychology Conference for Undergraduate Research)

Gerald Koocher
Dean and Professor, Graduate School of Health Sciences, Simmons College

April 5-6, 2002

"Was Abraham Ethical?
Should We Admire His Willingness to Sacrifice His Son?"

Carol Delaney
Associate Professor of Cultural and Social Anthropology, Stanford University.

April 18, 2002


TheMarkkula Ethics Center Lectures bring renowned scholars to Santa Clara University to share their insights in applied ethics with the campus and the wider community. They are supported in part by a gift from New York Life Insurance Company in honor of William Regan III.