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Ethics Institute-affiliated scholars have robust and ongoing engagements in book and article publishing. See below for our recently published work.

  • Delmas, C.  (2020).  Uncivil disobedience. In M. Schwartzberg (Ed.), NOMOS LXII: Protest and Dissent (pp.9-44).  New York: NYU Press.
  • Parekh, S.  (2020).  No refuge: Ethics and the global refugee crisis. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Schafran, A., Smith, M.N., & Hall, S.  (2020).  The spatial contract: A new politics of provision for an urbanized planet. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.
  • Castor, N.F., & Louis, B.M.  (2019). How to best navigate the Africana Studies joint position., 1 February 2019.  Retrieved from
  • Castor, N.F., & Louis, B.M.  (2019).  The two-body problem., 25 January 2019. Retrieved from
  • Castor, N.F., De-Jesús, A.B., & McCrary, A.  (2019).  Juju Justice: Policing and black religions.  Proceedings of the Roots, Rocks, Ring Shouts Symposium in Africana Studies Review, the Journal of the Center for African and African American Studies at SUNO, 6(1) 86-99.
  • Delmas, C.  (2019).  Civil disobedience, punishment, and injustice.  In K.K. Ferzan & L. Alexander (Eds.), ThePalgrave handbook of applied ethics and the criminal law (pp. 167-188).  Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Fallis, D., & Lewis, P.J.  (2019).  Toward a formal analysis of deceptive signaling.  Synthese, 196(6), 2279-2303.
  • Hosein, A.  (2019.)  The ethics of migration: An introduction.  New York: Routledge.
  • Illingworth, P.  (2019). Giving Well: Philanthropy for Human Rights. In Valentin Beck, Stefan Gosepath, Henning Hahn, and Robert Lepenies(Eds.), Dimensions of poverty. Berlin: Springer, 2019.
  • Kelting, M.W.  (2019).  Tracking changes in Jain devotional singing.  Sikh Formations, 15(1-2), 142-151.
  • Lee, J.H.  (2019).  Comparative religious ethics and the politics of Christian identity.  Journal of Religious Ethics, 47(4), 781-788.
  • Lee, J.H.  (2019).  Introduction: The legacy of Christian ethics in comparative religious ethics. Journal of Religious Ethics, 47(4), 754-758.
  • Smead, R., & Forber, P.  (2019).  Signals and spite in fluctuating populations.  Open Philosophy 2, 137-146.
  • Smead, R.  (2019).  Sports tournaments and social choice theory.  Philosophies, 4(2), doi:10.3390/philosophies4020028
  • Zucker, J., Rassaby, D., Watkins, A. & Smead, R.  (2019).  Bargaining and intersectionaldisadvantage: Reply to O’Connor, Bright, and Bruner.  Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, 8(7): 1-8.