Video: Business ethics, saving grace or oxymoron?

I was recently on a panel with Georgetown University, discussing business ethics, human rights, and free speech. Many thanks to Professor Michael Scott and Sanford Ungar for the kind invitation! From Georgetown’s website: “As the Western world haltingly emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, many count on the international business community, practicing enlightened and ethical capitalism,Continue reading “Video: Business ethics, saving grace or oxymoron?”

Video: What is corporate religious liberty? And writing updates

In early December, Blackfriars Oxford hosted a panel event to discuss my book on corporate religious liberty. You can find the full recording below. In the first 20 minutes or so, I discuss questions and themes raised in the book. Afterward, Professor Robert J. Matava (Christendom College) and Brett Bertucio (Wisconsin-Madison) share their thoughts. It’sContinue reading “Video: What is corporate religious liberty? And writing updates”

Book launch at Blackfriars Oxford

Recently, Blackfriars Hall — one of the Permanent Private Halls of the University and my college home in Oxford — hosted a book event for my thesis-turned-monograph, A Christian Approach to Corporate Religious Liberty. I’m most grateful to Blackfriars (especially Dr Clare Broome Saunders, Fr Bruno Clifton and Kinga RĂ³na-Gabnai) for their encouragement and logisticalContinue reading “Book launch at Blackfriars Oxford”