The Endgame Project Documentary Screening

Group watching presentation
The interdisciplinary event married the humanities, arts, and science to present The Endgame Project, a documentary that traces two actors with advanced Parkinsons’ Disease as they put on the Samuel Beckett play, Endgame. The Center collaborated to bring the main actors, documentary director, and play stage manager out to screen the play and answer questions of a diverse audience that consisted of patients, caregivers, practitioners, scholars, and students.

Reproductive Health Arizona

Attendees listen to oral histories paired with works of art
Reproductive Health Arizona (RHAZ) is a joint project of ASU’s Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics and the Center for Biology and Society. RHAZ aims to address the evolving meanings and significance of reproductive health and medicine within Arizona. This project uses transdisciplinary humanities methods, including digital publications, and personal and historical narratives, to develop resources to increase public literacy about human reproduction and Arizona’s history of reproductive health and medicine.

Lincoln Center Faculty Seminar

Audience members watching a presentation
Every year the Lincoln Center highlights the research being conducted by our newly minted professors, fellows, and affiliates in a public lecture that intersects with a shared research topic of the panelists. The 2016 topic focused on "Crime and Punishment" across issues of civility, criminal justice, and forgiveness.

Ethics@Twilight Seminars

Students listening
Ethics @ Twilight seeks to introduce and prepare students for the ethical situations that await them as practitioners in their chosen field of employment. The Lincoln Center partners with colleges across ASU, working with the College of Health Solutions in spring of 2017, and the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering fall of 2017.

Ethics@Noon Lecture Series

"explore" sign on side of building
Drawing on the talented cohort of faculty who affiliate with our Center, the Ethics @ Noon lecture series provides the broader ASU community an opportunity to see how applied ethics is practiced across the disciplines. For the fall 2017 semester, we will be moving the presentations online to reach an even broader audience.

Social Transformation Seminars

Students carrying a globe and signs
Social Transformation Seminars meld community education and action by bringing together researchers and practitioners to co-create a panel presentation on a social justice topic. Following the presentation is a discussion between panelists and the audience on how to effect community change and become involved in enterprises of social good.

Dialogues in Democracy Seminars

The purpose of the Dialogues in Democracy lecture series is to offer a nonpartisan venue for civil discussion on issues of civic engagement, from how to become involved in grassroots politics to running for office. Dialogues in Democracy seeks to educate and motivate attendees to engage as citizens to make their voice heard.