Published under the auspices of the Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto, Ethics in Context explores the ethical dimensions of interesting, provocative, and timely questions. Written to be read, and priced to be bought, books in the series are accessible, yet provide something rigorous that stimulates thought and debate, in keeping with the interdisciplinary and inclusive vision that animates the Centre for Ethics at the interface between academic research and public discourse.
Like its institutional home, Ethics in Context takes a broad, contextual, view of ethics: not as falling within the purview of a specific discipline but as a mode of normative analysis particularly well suited for interdisciplinary and public-facing reflection.
The first book in the series, The Ethics of Architecture by Mark Kingwell, is now available from Oxford University Press. Look for future additions to the series, including The Ethics of Racial Humor (Luvell Anderson), later in 2021.