- Jan 20 Job Talk - Migration, Social Movements, and the Right to Place
- Jan 20 Co-Sponsored Event - Coffee Hour with Derek Alderman: MLK Streets as Unfinished Civil Rights Work: The Need for Counter-Storytelling in a Trump America
- Jan 27 Job Talk - Just Borders: Place-Specific Duties and the Rights of Immigrants
Publications and Working Papers
Marks, Jonathan H., Toward a Systemic Ethics of Public-Private Partnerships Related to Food and Health, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal (forthcoming), 24(3) (2014)
Mayes, Christopher, “Governing through choice: Food labels and the confluence of food industry and public health discourse to create ‘healthy consumers,’” Social Theory & Health, (Sept. 2014) | doi:10.1057/sth.2014.12
Christopher Mayes and Donald B. Thompson, Is Nutritional Advocacy Morally Indigestible? A Critical Analysis of the Scientific and Ethical Implications of ‘Healthy’ Food Choice Discourse in Liberal Societies, Public Health Ethics (2014) 7 (2): 158-169
Marks, Jonathan H., What's the Big Deal?: The Ethics of Public-Private Partnerships Related to Food and Health (May 23, 2013). Edmond J. Safra Working Paper No. 11.
Marks, Jonathan H.,(2013): Objects Closer Than They Appear: Regulating Health-Based Advertising of Food, The American Journal of Bioethics, 13:5, 23-25
Thompson, Donald B., and Bryan McDonald, “What Food is ‘Good’ for You? Toward a Pragmatic Consideration of Multiple Values Domains,” J. Agric. & Environ. Ethics, 26(1) (2013): 137-163
Marks, Jonathan H., "On Regularity and Regulation, Health Claims and Hype," Hastings Center Report 41.4 (2011): 11–12.
Marks, Jonathan H., and Donald B. Thompson, "Shifting the Focus: Conflict of Interest and the Food Industry," American Journal of Bioethics 11.1 (2011): 44–46.
Thompson, Donald B., “Natural Food and the Pastoral: A Sentimental Notion?” J. Agric. & Environ. Ethics 24.2 (2010): 165–194.