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Ethiscope takes on the big issues in our world with dynamic, in-depth interviews with some of the sharpest minds in academia, business, civil society, and government. We go beyond the splashy headlines to examine the deeper ethical questions, always from a rich variety of perspectives and always attentive to our commitment to making our world better–particularly right here in New Hampshire. Tune in to join conversations aimed at uncovering the moral fabric of our lives.

Sep 1, 2021

Are freedom of expression and academic freedom under threat on campus? Are these values important to the academic enterprise and to society? We speak with two experts on the law and ethics of campus speech, who guide us through the issues involved and share their candid views and experiences.

Mar 25, 2021

Is the fashion industry harming workers and the environment, or is it helping to solve the problem of global poverty? How can we make the fashion industry work more ethically while preserving its economic benefits? Listen to an enlightening conversation with Northeastern professor and Fashion Revolution USA Director...

Feb 17, 2021

How did American communities become segregated by race and income, and what are the consequences? Which parts of the country are doing better than others? And what policy solutions do we have for segregation and its ill effects? Join the conversation with Stanford education professor Sean Reardon and Ohio State...

Nov 9, 2020

Interviews with Emily Hamilton, Nolan Gray, and Alain Bertaud about how cities thrive under free markets rather than detailed planning.

Nov 2, 2020

Interviews with Elissa Margolin and Gerrit Knaap about how to build smarter, denser, more livable cities.