Academic Lectures:

Panel Discussion on Gene Editing at the Science and Society CRISPR Conference, University of Madison, WI, October 8, 2019:

International Conference of the European Society of Catholic Theology:Hope”: Keynote Lecture: “Information or Communication – The Loss of the Language of the Human”, Bratislava, August 27-30, 2019

Comment on A. Feenberg: Internet Ethics. Societas Ethica Annual Conference: Digital Humanities, Munich, June, 27-30, 2019

Course Presentation on Gene Editing, Northwestern University, Evanston, May 29, 2019

Loyola University Chicago: Medical Ethics in Health Care Chaplaincy: Host of a Visit from German Hospital Chaplains, including Visits to Loyola Medical School, Northwestern University Hospital, a half-day Seminar on “Suffering,” and a day-long Seminar on Social Bioethics. Presentation and Chair of the Meeting (with Michael McCarthy and Gwendolin Wanderer), May 20-22, 2019

“There is a secret appointment between past generations and the present one.” – Walter Benjamin’s Concept of History Reconsidered. Critical Theory Conference, Keynote Lecture at the Critical Theory conference Rome (Loyola Rome Campus), May, 8-11, 2019

Unaccompanied Migrant Children: Lecture & Panel Discussion, co-sponsored by the McCormick Chair and the CHRC, Chicago, Il, March 14, 2019

Public Lectures:

Bad Genes and Parental Responsibility. On J. Habermas’ Concept of Unverfügbarkeit and Unantastbarkeit. Lecture at the Workshop of the International Network of Bioethics, Dublin, July 14-18, 2019

Gene Editing – Ethical Aspects. Lecture: International Workshop at the Brocher Foundation: Engineering Future Generations? The New Debate about Societal Governance, Public Engagement, and Human Gene Editing for Reproduction, Geneva, Switzerland, January 13-16, 2019

Medical Ethics in Health Care Chaplaincy, Certification Course: Narrative Ethics (2-day session), University of Frankfurt, Germany, January 9-11, 2019

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