The Center for Ethics held its opening event of this year’s program: Borders, Nationalisms, Identities: The Ethics of Global Citizenship, on Tuesday, Sept. 3, in Miller Forum, Moyer Hall. The event, “Exit West – An Invitation to the Conversation,” featured a panel of three Muhlenberg faculty members, each of whom presented his or her reflections on Mohsin Hamid’s novel, Exit West. Following these presentations, the campus community had the opportunity to ask questions of the panelists regarding the novel, the Center for Ethics’ theme and the interrelationships between the two. Miller Forum was packed with members of the class of 2023 (who had read Exit West as their required reading over the summer and were looking to further the conversation in their First Year Seminar courses), upperclassmen, professors and other community members. Dr. Brian Mello, the Director of the Center for Ethics and an associate professor in the Political Science department, delivered the opening address for the evening. After giving an overview of the themes of this year’s Center for Ethics — borders, nationalisms and identities — Mello introduced Dr. Mark Stein, Program Director and associate professor in the History department, and Dr. Kassandra Hartford, Program Director and an assistant… Read full this story
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