With the blog experiment now up and running, we thought it time to experiment with some additional ways to share ideas. So, starting today, we will be from time to time posting some audio and video clips drawn from talks and events at the Law School. Our first few posts in this vein will be borrowed from events that have been hosted over the past few years, but soon we hope to have fresh content, and maybe even some content recorded especially for the blog. (Just think: in the not-so-distant future you might be able to listen to Lichtman and Picker talk about Grokster on your iPod while at the gym! I know, it gives us chills, too.)
Just to get the ball rolling, we start today with the 2004 Dewey Lecture given by Professor Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, University Center for Human Values, Princeton University. The lecture was entitled "America's Responsibilities as A Global Citizen." Professor Singer's lecture may be listened to in two parts: the introduction (by Professor Martha Nussbaum) and Professor Singer's talk, and the question and answer session. As always, feedback and suggestions welcome.