Ethics in Care

Our aim is to raise awareness and to stimulate reflection and debate on topics related to ethics and care.

Practising ‘slow’ in Tuskegee

Some of you know that I’ve written on ‘slow ethics’. Most of you know that I don’t do ‘slow’ well. A woman on a mission, it might be said, with high expectations and too little patience. Taking not enough time to enjoy the sunshine, listen to birdsong or to appreciate the serenity of her surroundings. Taking also too little […]

Arrival in Alabama – Sabbatical – Week 1

So here I am, first weekend at Tuskegee University on sabbatical as Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence. And with a good many questions. One for readers to begin with – What possible connection could there be between an older African-American shuttle bus driver and the Irish potato famine? More on this later. First questions first. How have I come […]

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