Tom Malleson, PhD recently published an interesting article on interdependency, from a care ethical point of view. He argues that taking interdependency seriously would lead to profound changes in our culture, our central political concepts, and even our major institutions. We contacted Tom Malleson for an insight into the background of the article and the author. Interdisciplinary “I’m one […]
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A community to freely explore and connect emerging insights with colleagues and share or co-produce publications.
To systematically gather, connect and share critical insights on care ethics with each other, students, the world.
Care Ethics Research Consortium
Commitment to care
The International Care Ethics Research Consortium connects scholars who work in the field of the ethics of care and care theory; an epicenter where scientists from all continents meet each other.
Interview with Merel Visse, PhD, associate professor, University of Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, The Netherlands. 1. Where are you working at this moment? Currently I work as an associate professor Care Ethics and Policy at the University of Humanistic Studies in The Netherlands. As a scholar and artist, I combine theoretical and practice-based work to inquire […]
Interview with Elena Pulcini, Department of Political and Social Sciences (DSPS), University of Florence, Italy. 1. Where are you working at this moment? I am a full professor of Social philosophy at the Florence University, DSPS. I teach at the Department of Philosophy in Florence. 2. Can you tell us about your research and its relation […]
Interview with Inge van Nistelrooij PhD, assistant professor Care Ethics, University of Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, The Netherlands 1. Where are you working at this moment? I am an assistant professor of Care Ethics at the University of Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, The Netherlands. As far as we know, we have the only Master’s degree in care […]
Steering committee meeting
June 8, 2017
Utrecht, The Netherlands
We do it in a care ethical way: we build the consortium from what there is already, building upon existing relations.
There are a lot of possibilities, so this is an invitation to you.
University of Humanistic Studies
You are on the website of the Care Ethics Research Consortium (CERC), hosted by the Chair of Care Ethics at the University of Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, The Netherlands. This website is not to be confused with the website of the Foundation Critical Ethics of Care: www.ethicsofcare.org