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Conference Schedule

Thursday, March 27: UAA Student Union Den

8:30 am: Opening Ceremony and Introductions Provost Elisha Bear Baker, UAA Office of the Provost Lu, Ming, UAA Confucius Institute Chinese Director 9:00 10:00 am: Ethics and Relationships Stephanie Bauer, Ph.D. and Terry Kelly, Ph.D. Associate Professors University of Alaska Anchorage The Good, the Bad, and the Ethical: The Interplay between Moral Principle and Ethical Commitment in Social Roles Vivian-Lee Nyitray, Ph.D. Dean Prospect College and Taigu College (Chongqin and Shanxi Province, PRC) Taking Responsibility: Toward a Sixth Confucian Relationship (with Notes from my Life as a Dean in China) 10:00-10:15 am: Break 10:15 11:30 am: Development, Enterprise, and the Good Shi, Shan Ph.D Candidate Renmin University (Beijing, PRC) Comparison of Xunzis and Aristotles Thought of Good Chai, Ting Ting, Ph.D. Associate Professor Northeast Normal University The Values Crisis and Ethics Crisis of the Modern Western Development Concept Li, Hong, Ph.D. Professor Northeast Normal University (Changchun, PRC) The Ethical Spirit and Principle of Labor-Capital Relationship in the Non-Public Enterprise 11:30 am 1:00 pm: Lunch 1:00 2:00 pm: Philosophical Theories and Perspectives Paul Huske University of Alaska Anchorage An Analysis of Richard Rortys Postmodern Ethical Perspective Ryan Pino Belmont University (Nashville, Tennessee) Confucian Revivalism and Its Role in Chinese

Conference Sponsors

Alaska International Education Foundation, Inc (AIEF) UAA Ethics Center

Ninth Annual UAA Undergraduate Philosophy Conference & UAA Ethics Center Inaugural Convocation March 27-29, 2014

The keynote address was sponsored by significant grants from the UAA Confucius Institute and the UAA Honors College. All meals, transportation and entertainment for Conference/Convocation participants Friday were provided by the vision and generous funding of the Alaska International Education Foundation, Inc. (AIEF).
Photo 2012 K. H. Hanson UAA is an EEO/AA employer and educational institution

Society and Education Matthew Strebe University of California Santa Cruz Reformulating Warfare: Just War Theory and Kantian Ethics 2:00 2:15 pm: Break 2:15 3:00 pm: Eastern Thought and Western Religion Tara Harrington University of Alaska Anchorage Thoughts from a Christian: Can the World Afford to Practice Wu-Wei When It Comes to Our Environment? Jacob Land Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, California) Drawing from the Same Well: Eastern Thought in Christian Ethics 3:00 6:30 pm Free Period 7:00 pm 9:00 pm: Community Panel at East High School Auditorium The Priorities and Ethics of Educating Panel: Andy Josephson, UAA Graduate and Alaska State Representative; Roger Ames, 2013 Confucian Prize Recipient; Maria Williams, Director of Alaska Native Studies at UAA; Ed McLain, UAA College of Education Respondent: Francisco Miranda, UAA Department of Languages

10:00 10:45 am: Medicine, Compassion and Autonomy Stacey Lucason University of Alaska Anchorage Constructed Identities as Foundational to Autonomy: Special Implications for Medical Practice Christine M. Caswell University of Alaska Anchorage Professional Compassionate Caregiving and Moral Education Supported Through Schwartz Center Rounds 11:00 11:45 am: Alaska Native Ethics: Constructs and Issues Josephine Hishon University of Alaska Anchorage Yupik Culture is also Confucian Brittany Burns University of Alaska Anchorage A Series of Circles: Carding the Real Iupiat 12:15 2:30 pm: Off-campus AIEF Lunch and Entertainment Participants bus leaves UAA at 12:15 to go to off-campus site 12:30 1:00 pm: Lunch 1:00 1:45 pm Dance - Kingikimiut Dancers Participants bus leaves off-campus site at 2:00 pm to return to UAA 2:30 4:00 pm: Ancient Texts and Ethical Living Kim, Won-Myoung, Ph.D. Associate Professor and Associate Dean Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Yongin, Korea) Wonhyos Conception of Harmonious Life in the Global World Kim, Shin, Ph.D. Associate Professor Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Seoul, Korea) Daodejing and the Foundation of Ethics Chen, Deming Ph.D Candidate Renmin University (Beijing, PRC) Role Ethics in the Yijing Robin Wang, Ph.D. Professor, Director of Asian and Pacific Studies Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, California) Fluidity and Rhythm of Self-Identity: Old Practice, New Perspectives Stefanie Burich, M.A. Graduate of University of Wales (Great Britain) Ethics in the Bhagavad Gita 5:30 pm AIEF Dinner, UAA Lucy Cuddy Center

7:00 pm 9:00 pm Keynote Address: UAA Lucy Cuddy Center Roger Ames, Ph.D.; Professor, University of Hawaii at Mnoa; 2013 Confucius Culture Prize Confucian Role Ethics

Saturday, March 29: UAA Arts Recital Hall

8:30 am: Convene 8:45 - 10:15 am: Speaking to Confucian Role Ethics Panelists and moderator are from Central Washington University Michael Hadfield, Untitled Ashlee Godwin Confucian Role Ethics for Women: A Response to Roger T. Ames Vocabulary Megan Gustafson Women, Role Ethics and Phenomenology: A Critique and Expansion Zoey Zemanek Confucian Role Ethics: Reflections from a Global Perspective Moderator: Jeffrey Dippman, Ph.D. Respondent: Roger Ames 10:15-10:30 am: Break 10:30 am 11:45 am: Modern Ethical Issues Ann Pirruccello, Ph.D. Professor University of San Diego (California) Academic Freedom Abroad and Confucian Friendship Jeffrey Dippman, Ph.D. Professor Central Washington University Human Rights and Daoism: An Alternative Chinese Perspective Fritz Detweiler, Ph.D. Professor Director, Adrian College Institute for Ethics Adrian College Native American Ethics: A Theory of Intersubjective Reciprocity 11:45 am 12:45 pm: Closing Ceremony Expressions of Gratitude to Roger Ames UAA Chancellor Tom Case Closing Remarks UAA Confucius Institute US Director Annie Ping Zeng Presentation of Certificates 1:00 pm: Closing Luncheon Buffet

Friday, March 28: UAA Student Union Den

8:30 am: Introduction of Other Key Sponsors UAA Honors College Alaska International Education Foundation, Inc. (AIEF) 8:45 9:45 am: Eastern Arts, Thought, and Ethics Alan Rivera University of San Diego (California) The Impossible Junzi and Global Ethics Daniel Jimenez University of Alaska Anchorage The Power of Music: Censorship in Confucianism Brandon Cudequest Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, California) Eastern Tones: What Can Contemporary Acoustics Learn from Yin-Yang? 9:45 10:00 am: Break (sponsored by AEIF)