Five Hampshire Faculty Members Named First Cohort of Ethics and the Common Good Faculty Fellows

Ethics and the Common Good Project, in partnership with the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, announced the first cohort of Ethics and the Common Good faculty fellows. The fellowship program supports the scholarship, art, and teaching of faculty of color whose work focuses on ethics and the common good broadly construed.

Each fellow is engaged in scholarship and artistic work that is vital to the intellectual and creative community of Hampshire College. This year’s fellows include theatre professor Djola Branner; dance professor Deborah Goffe; history and global migrations professor Lili Kim; critical race, gender, and media studies professor Susana Loza; and music professor Junko Oba.

This spring, fellows will participate in a seminar led by George Fourlas, SHIFT assistant professor of applied ethics, and will share their work with the campus community in fall 2021. 

The Ethics and the Common Good Project cultivates collaborative, ethical leaders who reflectively engage in creating a more equitable and resilient world. The project aims to equip students, staff, and faculty with the skills and knowledge to engage critically with issues regarding the common good and ethical inquiry.