Carnegie Council Announces New Global Ethics Fellows

Aug 23, 2012, 11:48 ET from Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs

NEW YORK, Aug. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs is pleased to welcome the newest class of Global Ethics Fellows.   

Global Ethics Fellows lie at the heart of Carnegie Council's Global Ethics Network (, a platform for educational institutions around the world to create and share interactive multimedia resources. The Network was launched as part of the Council's three-year Centennial project, "Ethics for a Connected World." Through the Network, Fellows enable their students to interact with other students and educators around the world. Fellows meet annually at Carnegie Council in New York to exchange ideas for research, teaching, and public engagement. Selected Fellows will also host site visits to generate dialogues on the local dimension of global issues such as economic development, corruption, and climate change.

The latest 11 Fellows to join the roster are based in India, Japan, Korea, Singapore, and the United States:

Evan Berry is assistant professor of Philosophy and Religion at American University, Washington D.C., and co-director of the Ethics, Peace, and Global Affairs master's program.

Jocelyne Cesari is a visiting professor and co-director of the Politics and Religion Initiative at Johns Hopkins, SAIS in Washington D.C., and a lecturer at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Yun-Kyung Cha is professor of Education at Hanyang University in Seoul, Korea, and president of the Korean Association for Multicultural Education (KAME).

Deen Chatterjee is associate professor of Philosophy at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.    

Jean-Marc Coicaud is professor of Law and Global Affairs, and director of the Division of Global Affairs, at Rutgers University, Newark, NJ.

Madoka Futamura is a professor at United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan.

Rajeev Gowda is professor of Economic and Social Sciences at the Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore, India, chairperson of the Centre of Public Policy, and director of the General Insurance Corporation of India.

Mohsen Kadivar is a Muslim scholar, an Iranian dissident in exile since 2008, and a visiting research professor of Islamic studies at Duke University in Durham, NC, since 2009.

Katsuhiko Mori is a professor in the Department of Politics and International Relations, International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan.

Hatsue Shinohara is professor at the Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies (GSAPS), Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.

Tan See Seng is assistant professor, program director for Multi-Lateralism and Regionalism Research, and the deputy head of Studies at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

For a list of all current Global Ethics Fellows, go to

Established in 1914 by Andrew Carnegie, Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs is an independent, nonprofit educational organization dedicated to increasing understanding of the relationship between ethics and international affairs.

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