CSRES Religion and Ethics Seminars

The Religion and Ethics Seminars are faculty-led, year-long seminars on topics relating to religion, ethics, morality, and values.
Anyone interested in participating in or learning more about a seminar is encouraged to contact the relevant seminar leaders directly. General questions about the seminars can be directed to Brian Steensland (, Director of CSRES.  Read the announcement about the first round of seminars at IU NEWSROOM.

Current Seminars

Global and Comparative Approaches to Religion, Ethics, and Political Theory

Mounds of the Midwest

Information, Ethics, and Sociocultural Values

The Environment and Society: Ethical Foundations for a Sustainable Future

The Ethical and Religious Dimensions of Children's Literature

Economic Justice: The Ethics of Doing Business with the Poor

Islam in the Global Sphere

The Ethics, Values, and Practices of Public Art in Urban Contexts

Past Seminars

Environmental Justice

Moral Thinking in Artworks of Economic Success and Economic Failure

Religion, Spirituality, Healthcare, and Ethics