Public Engagement

Experts analyse ethics of the response to Zika virus
See the results of the international Zika Ethics Consultation which Professor Michael Selgelid, Director of the Centre for Human Bioethics at Monash, participated in this May. For more information: http://www.paho.org/hq/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=12082&Itemid=41716&lang=en


Research Roundtable on Drones
April 29th, UNSW Kensington Campus 

Professor Rob Sparrow will deliver the keynote at this research roundtable on the recent and exponential use of drones. The workshop is broken up into three broad themes: ‘Drones and Social Change’; ‘Drones and Border Policing’; and ‘Drones and the Military’. For more information: siobhan.osullivan@unsw.edu.au


Women and Philosophy: history, values, knowledge
July 7-10, Monash Caulfield campus

Join Dr Jacqueline Broad and Dr Karen Green at the Symposium of the International Association of Women Philosophers this July for a fascinating program of papers on women’s engagement with philosophy and feminism. For more information, please visit http://artsonline.monash.edu.au/iaph2016/


Radio Roundtable
Thursday 7 July, 3pm Radio 3CR

Listen out for Dr Jacqueline Broad of Monash Philosophy Department on radio 3CR. A special roundtable session will be broadcast on the 30th anniversary of Australasian Journal of Philosophy special issue ‘Women in Philosophy’.


Enlightening Philosophy with Embiggen Books
25 October 6:30pm, Embiggen Books

Come along to hear Dr Jacqueline Broad discuss feminist philosopher Mary Astell on 25 October 6:30pm as part of the Laneway Learning series. In the August session of this series, Professor Graham Oppy will discuss Kant. For more information contact melbourne@laneway.learning.com or visit http://melbourne.lanewaylearning.com/enlightening-philosophy-embiggen-books/