Ethics in Context: A New Book Series from Oxford University Press

Ethics in Context is a new series of books to be published by Oxford University Press under the auspices of the Centre for Ethics at the University of Toronto that will look at the ethical dimensions of interesting, provocative, and timely questions. The books will be accessible, yet provide something rigorous that stimulates thought and debate and can direct readers to further resources should they wish to consult them. In this way, the series will reflect the interdisciplinary and inclusive vision of ethical inquiry that characterizes the Centre for Ethics, which sits at the interface between academic research and public discourse. Look for the first books in the series, on The Ethics of Architecture (Mark Kingwell) and The Ethics of Racial Humor (Luvell Anderson), in 2020/21.