Elizabeth Edenberg, PhD, is Senior Ethicist for Ethics Lab at Georgetown University’s Kennedy Institute of Ethics. She leads the KIE’s efforts to introduce high-impact ethics education across Georgetown, working with designers to develop creative tools to help students discern fundamental moral values at stake in contemporary issues from across a variety of disciplines. Her work with Ethics Lab also seeks to bridge the gap between academic research and its application in the world. She is currently part of several new university-wide initiatives tackling emerging ethical issues affecting the contemporary world. Elizabeth specializes in Political Philosophy, Ethics, and Feminist Philosophy. Her articles have appeared in The Journal of Political Philosophy, Law and Philosophy, and she is co-editor of Jus Post Bellum and Transitional Justice (Cambridge University Press). Prior to joining to Georgetown, Elizabeth taught Philosophy at Vanderbilt University and Fordham University.
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