Recent Faculty Publications

http://www.dropbox.com/s/dij6yudvejj6647/decrim%20%20hastings.pdf?dl=0Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics

Publications by Primary Affiliated Faculty

(past five years)

Margaret Farley

John Grim

Stephen Latham

Robert Levine

Mary Evelyn Tucker


 

Margaret Farley

Senior Scholar in Theology and Medical Ethics

(For more about Margaret Farley,

including her full CV, click here.)

Book

Just Love: A Framework for Christian Sexual Ethics (New York: Continuum, 2006).

Articles, Chapters and Reviews

“Celibacy under the Sign of the Cross,” in L.S. Cahill, J. Garvey and T.F. Kennedy, eds., Sexuality and the U.S Catholic Church: Crisis and Renewal (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2006).

“Agenda for Women in the Church of the Saints,” 15 The MAST Journal 2 (2005): 3-10.

“HIV/AIDS and Our Journey in Faith,” 15 The MAST Journal 1 (2005): 14-19.

“Catholic Perspectives on Medical Futility” (with J. Beste) in D. Smith, C. McKhann, C. Peppard, T. Duffy and S. Rosenbaum, eds., What’s the Point? Clinical Reflections on Care That Seems Futile (New Haven: Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics Working Group on Medical Futility, 2005), available here.

“Partnership in Hope: Gender, Faith, and Responses to HIV/AIDS in Africa,” Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion (Spring, 2004): 133-48.

“Stem Cell Research: Religious Considerations,” in R. Lanza, J. Gearhart, et al., eds., Handbook of Embryonic Stem Cells, vol. 1 (Boston: Elsevier/Academic Press,

2004), 765-73.

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John Grim

Environmental Ethicist-in-Residence

(For more about John Grim,

including his full CV, click here.)

 

Book

 

The Christian Future and the Fate of Earth: Collected Essays of Thomas Berry (co-edited with Mary Evelyn Tucker). (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, forthcoming 2009).

 

Articles, Chapters & Reviews

“Indigenous Peoples and ‘Classics’ for an Emerging World,” in W.T. de Bary, ed., Classics for an Emerging World (Columbia University Press, forthcoming 2009).

“Native American Religions,” in The Encyclopedia of World History (Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing, 2009).

“Cosmology in the World’s Religions, The Universe Story, and the Earth Charter,” 1 Beliefs and Values 1, 2009.

“Indigenous Knowing and Responsible Life in the World,” in L. Kearns and C. Keller, eds., Eco-Spirit: Religions and Philosophies for the Earth (New York: Fordham University Press, 2007).

“Daring to Dream: Religion and the Future of the Earth” (with M.E. Tucker), in R. Radford Ruether, ed., Reflections (Yale Divinity School, Spring 2007), pp. 4-9.

“Indigenous Lifeways and Ways of Knowing,” in P. Clayton, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Science.  (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006).

“Indigenous Traditions: Religion and Ecology,” in R. Gottlieb, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Ecology. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006).

“Knowing and Being Known by Animals: Indigenous Perspectives on Personhood” in P. Waldau and K. Patton, eds., A Communion of Subjects: Animals in Religion, Science, and Ethics (New York: Columbia University Press, 2006).

“Teilhard’s Vision of Evolution” (with M.E. Tucker), Teilhard Studies #50 (Hagerstown, MD: American Teilhard Association, Spring 2005).

“Religion and Ecology” (with M.E. Tucker), in L. Jones, ed., Encyclopedia of Religion (New York: Macmillan, 2005).

“Ecology and Indigenous Traditions,” in Encyclopedia of Religion (New York:

Macmillan, 2005).

“Shamanism and Ecology,” in Encyclopedia of Shamanism. (Santa Barbara: ABC-

CLIO, 2004).

“Sundance Traditions,” and “Plains Indians Understandings of Power,” in the

Encyclopedia of American Indian Religious Traditions. (Santa Barbara: ABC-

CLIO, 2004).

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Stephen R. Latham

Director

(For more about Stephen Latham,

including his full CV, click here.)

 

The Cambridge Companion to Genetics and Education. S. Bouregy, E. Grigorenko, S. Latham and M. Tan, eds. (New York: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2016).

The Ethics of Using Genetic Tests in Education, forthcoming in Bouregy, Grigorenko, Latham and Tan, eds., The Cambridge Companion to Genetics and Education (Cambridge University Press, 2016).

What Makes a Death “Good”? in L. Dugdale, ed., Dying in the 21st Century (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2015).

Political Theory, Values and Public Health, in Public Health Ethics (special issue on “Civic Republicanism as a Basis for Public Health,” J. De Wispelaere and J. Coggon, eds., 2015); first published online 12/9/2015.

“Aid in Dying” in the Courts, 45 Hastings Center Report 3:11-12 (May/June 2015).Subsequent exchange with K. Tucker, 45 Hastings Center Report 5:3-4 (Sept/Oct 2015).

The Role and Reliability of Surgical Residents in Obtaining Informed Consent (Co-authored with C. Thiessen, Q. Yang, J. Wang and R. Gusberg), 186 Journal of Surgical Research 2:675 (Feb 2014).

Time to Decriminalize HIV Status, 43 Hastings Center Report 5:12-13 (Sept./Oct. 2013). Subsequent exchange with T. Murphy, 44 Hastings Center Report 2:4-5 (March/April 2014).

Encyclopedia of Bioethics (6 vols.), B. Jennings, ed.-in-chief, L. Eckenwiler, G. Kaebnick, B. Koenig, S. Krimsky, S. Latham, M. Mercurio, assoc. eds. (Macmillan Reference USA, 4th ed. 2014).

Encyclopedia entries in Encyclopedia of Bioethics (Macmillan Reference, 4th ed. 2014) on “Animal Research: Law and Policy” and “[Human Subjects] Research Policy.”

“State-law Criminalization of HIV exposure/transmission.” Law Atlas Dataset co-authored with Julian Polaris. Funded by a Public Health Law Mapping grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Available at http://lawatlas.org/preview?dataset=hiv-criminalization-statutes.

“On Some Difficulties for Any Theory of Global Health Justice,” in J. Coggon and S. Gola, eds., Global Health, Global Goods, and International Community (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013).

US Law and Animal Experimentation: A Critical Primer,in Animal Research Ethics: Evolving Views and Practices, 42 Hastings Center Report Special Report 6:S35-39 (Nov/Dec 2012). 

Whither the Affordable Care Act?” 42 Hastings Center Report 3:14-15 (May/June 2012).

“Healthcare Ethics Committees and the Law,” in D.M. Hester and T. Schonfeld, eds., Guidance for Healthcare Ethics Committees (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012). 

“Justice Of and Within Healthcare Finance,” in R. Rhodes, M. Battin and A. Silvers, eds., Medicine and Social Justice: Essays on the Distribution of Health Care (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2d. ed. 2012).

“‘Multiplicity’ and Reproductive Cloning,” (film commentary) in H. Colt, S. Quadrelli and L. Friedman, eds., The Picture of Health: Medical Ethics and the Movies (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011), pp. 358-61.

Mark Rodwin, Conflicts of Interest and the Future of Medicine: The United States, France, and Japan” (book review), 11 American Journal of Bioethics 10, pp. 36-37 (October 2011).

 “The ‘Real-Life’ Death Panel, Reformed,” 41 Hastings Center Report 1 (inside back cover) (Jan/Feb 2011).

 “Speaking Off-Label,” 40 Hastings Center Report 6:9-10 (Nov/Dec 2010).

“Process, Privacy and PR,” (web-based IRB case commentary) for Donaghue Foundation Grant on IRB Cases, Yale’s Interdisciplinary Center on Bioethics, spring 2010; available here.

National Values, Institutions and Health Policies: What Do They Imply for Medicare Reform?” (co-authored with T. Marmor and K. Okma), 12 J. of Comparative Policy Analysis 1-2:179-196 (Feb/Apr. 2010).

The New NIH Stem Cell Guidelines,” (legal issues column) 17 Lahey Clinic Journal of Medical Ethics 1:4-7 (Winter 2010).

Living Wills and Alzheimer’s Disease,” 23 Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal 4:425-31 (2010). Excerpted in J. Dolgin and L. Shepherd, eds., Bioethics and the Law (New York: Aspen Publishers, 3rd ed. 2013).

Law Between The Cultures: C. P. Snow’s The Two Cultures and the Problem of Scientific Illiteracy in Law,” 32 Technology in Society 1:31-4 (Jan 2010).

Too Few Physicians, or Too Many?” 40 Hastings Center Report 1:13-14 (Jan/Feb 2010).

Between Public Opinion and Public Policy: Human Embryonic Stem-Cell Research and Path-Dependency,” 37 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 4:800-06. (Winter 2009).

Regulation and Quasi-Regulation in American Medicine, 1607-2000,” (co-authored with J. Mohr), in R. Baker and L. McCullough, eds., The Cambridge World History of Bioethics (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009).

“Marketing to Patients,” (case commentary) in J. Spandorfer, C. Pohl, S. Rattner & T. Nasca, eds., Professionalism in Medicine: The Case-Based Guide for Medical Students. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009).

Ethics and ‘Caesarian Delivery on Maternal Demand’,” (co-authored with Errol Norwitz). 33 Seminars in Perinatology 6:405-9 (2009).

The Once and Future Debate on Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research,” in B. Sorrels and S. Owens, symposium eds., IX Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law and Ethics (Summer Supplemental Issue, 2009).

Publishing Without Perishing. Editor, with Alison Jost, for the third edition of this manual for graduate students wishing to publish in bioethics (Amer. Soc. for Bioethics and the Humanities, 3rd ed. 2009) Short contributed chapters: “Introduction: Reasons for Writing” and “Publishing in Law Reviews.” Available at http://www.asbh.org/uploads/files/pubs/pubperish.pdf.

NIH Draft Guidelines on Stem Cell Research: A Work in Progress?” (Online commentary). Hastings Center’s Bioethics Forum, 5/13/2009. Available at

“Recusal Without ‘Conflict of Interest’” (web-based IRB case commentary) for Donaghue Foundation Grant on IRB Cases, Yale’s Interdisciplinary Center on Bioethics, winter 2009; available here.

“The Octuplets: An Insurance Story,” (Online commentary). Hastings Center’s Bioethics Forum, 2/13/2009. Available at http://www.thehastingscenter.org/Bioethicsforum/Post.aspx?id=3200.

Wesley Smith, Secondhand Smoke,” (website review), 9 American Journal of Bioethics 2, 65-66 (February, 2009).

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Robert J. Levine

Senior Scholar in Research Ethics

(For more about Robert Levine,

including his full CV, click here.)

 

Articles, Chapters & Reviews

“Federal Funding and the Regulation of Embryonic Stem Cell Research: The Pontius Pilate Maneuver,” Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law & Ethics (in press).

“The Institutional review board,” in S.S. Coughlin and T.L. Beauchamp, eds., Ethics in Epidemiology (Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 1996), pp. 257- 273. Second Edition in press 2009.

“On the Relations between Scientists and Journalists: Reflections by an Ethicist,” in P.C. Snyder, L.C. Mayes and D.D. Spencer, eds., Science and the Media: Delgado’s Brave Bulls and the Ethics of Scientific Disclosure (Academic Press/Elsevier, Amsterdam, London, 2009), pp. 153-161.

“Research Involving Adolescents as Subjects: Ethical Considerations,” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1135, 280-286, 2008.

“The Nature, Scope and Justification of Clinical Research: What is Research? Who is a Subject?” in E.J. Emanuel, C. Grady, R.A. Crouch, R.K. Lie, F.M. Miller and D. Wendler, eds., The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008) Chapter 21, pp. 211-221.

“Commentary 13.2: Shared Responsibilities for Treatment in the South African Phase I HIV Preventive Vaccine Trials” (with C. Grady), in J.V. Lavery, C. Grady, E.R. Wahl and E.J. Emanuel, eds., Ethical Issues in International Biomedical Research: A Case Book (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007), pp. 225-230.

LeDuc JW, Barrett DH, Moulton AD, Goodman RA, Kinlaw K, Levine RJ, “Ethical and Legal Considerations in Preparing for Pandemic Influenza,” in Institute of Medicine, Ethical and Legal Considerations in Mitigating Pandemic Disease (National Academies Press: Washington, DC. 2007), pp. 90-98.

“The Dysregulation of Human Subjects Research” (with N. Fost), Journal of the American Medical Association. 298: 2196-2198, 2007.

“Ethical Guidelines in Pandemic Influenza” (Recommendations of the Ethics Subcommittee of the Advisory Committee to the Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) (with K. Kinlaw). Approved for release by the Director, February 15, 2007.  Available here.

“Introduction to the Conference” (as chairperson) and “Considering Usual Medical Care in Clinical Trial Design: Scientific and Ethical Issues,” National Institutes of Health Program on Clinical Research Policy Analysis and Coordination (Office of Science Policy, 2006) pp. 10-12.

“Empirical research to evaluate IRB’s burdensome and, perhaps, unproductive policies and practices: a proposal” (editorial), 1 Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 3:1-4, 2006.

 “The National Commission’s Ethical Principles with Special Attention to Beneficence,” in J.F. Childress, E.M. Meslin and H.T. Shapiro, eds., Belmont Revisited: Ethical Principles for Research with Human Subjects (Georgetown University Press,  Washington, DC, 2005), pp 126 – 135.

Busse, WW, Wanner, A, Adams, K, Reynolds, HY, Castro, M, Chowdhury, B, Kraft, M,  Levine, RJ, Peters, SP and Sullivan, EJ. “Investigative Bronchoprovocation and Bronchoscopy in Airway Diseases,” American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 172: 807-816, 2005.

Levine, RJ, Nelson, RM, Fleischman, AR and Sugarman, J. “Ethical Issues Related to Bronchoprovocation and Bronchoscopy Research,” American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine [Appendix to the previous article].

“Reflections on ‘Rethinking Research Ethics’,” 5 American Journal of Bioethics 1:1-3, 2005.

“Ethical Issues in International Vaccine Research and Development,” Yale J. Biol. Med. 78: 231-237, 2005.

Informed Consent and Consent forms for research participants. American Psychological Society Observer. 17 (No.4): 25-26, April, 2004 (with Joan Sieber).

Ethical Principles for the Conduct of Research Involving Human Subjects: Historical Considerations. J. Clin. Ethics 15 (No.1): 13-21, 2004.

Demets, D., Califf, R., Dixon, D., Ellenberg, S., Fleming, T., Held, P., Julian, D., Kaplan, R., Levine, R.J., Neaton, J., Packer, M., Pocock, S.,  Rockhold, F., Seto, B., Siegel, J., Snappin, S., Stump, D., Temple, R., Whitley, R., “Issues in regulatory guidelines for data monitoring committees,” Clinical Trials 1: 162-169 (2004), available here.

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Mary Evelyn Tucker

Environmental Ethicist-in-Residence

(For more about Mary Evelyn Tucker,

including her full CV, click here.)

Books:

Ecology and Religion. Co-authored with John Grim. Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2014.

Journey of the Universe. Co-authored with Brian Swimme. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2011.

The Sacred Universe: Earth, Spirituality, and Religion in the 21st Century, Essays by Thomas Berry, edited by Mary Evelyn Tucker. New York: Columbia University Press, 2009.

Christian Future and the Fate of Earth, Essays by Thomas Berry, edited by Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2009.

Multi-Media Project:

Journey of the Universe. Film, Executive Producer with John Grim, co-authored with Brian Swimme, June 2014. Awarded a regional Emmy, June 2012.

Accompanying DVD Education Series of 20 Interviews, December 2011.

Website: www.journeyoftheuniverse.org

Articles:

“Thomas Berry and the New Story: An Introduction to the Work of Thomas Berry” in The Intellectual Journey of Thomas Berry: Imagining the Earth Community. Heather Eaton, ed. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2014.

“The Influence of Confucianism on Thomas Berry’s Thought” in The Intellectual Journey of Thomas Berry: Imagining the Earth Community. Heather Eaton, ed. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2014.

“The Relevance of Chinese Neo-Confucianism for the Reverence of Nature.” reprinted in Callicott, Baird and James McRae, Environmental Philosophy in Asian Thought. Albany NY: SUNY, 2014.

“The Emerging Alliance of Religion and Ecology.” 2013 Wallace Stegner Lecture, Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press, 2014. Co-Published with the Wallace Stegner Center and the Marriott Library Special Collections Department.

“Our Place in the Universe” in Resurgence & Ecologist. March/April 2014, No 283.

“The Next Transition: The Evolution of Humanity’s Role in the Universe” with Brian Swimme Solutions, July 2012

“Kaibara Ekken’s Precepts for Daily Life in Japan” in Finding Wisdom in Asian Classics. Wm.Theodore de Bary, ed. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.

“Kaibara Ekken’s Record of Great Doubts” in Japanese Philosophy: A Sourcebook. James Heisig, Thomas Kasulis, John Maraldo, eds. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2011.

“Ecology and the Chinese Classics.” Cross-cultural Perspectives on East Asian Religious Traditions: A Dialogue (Contemporary Confucianism Series 25), ed. Huang Kuan-min and Chao Tung-ming. Taipei, Taiwan: Academia Sinica Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, 2010.

“Thomas Berry: Reflections on His Life and Thought”, with John Grim, Teilhard Studies, No. 61, Winter 2010.

“The Universe Story and Planetary Civilization,” with Brian Swimme, in Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril. Kathleen Dean Moore and Michael Nelson, eds. San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 2010.

“World Religions, the Earth Charter, and Sustainability” in Indian Journal of Ecocriticism. Tamil Nadu, India: Sarup and Sons, 2010. (Revised version of article previously published in Worldviews).

“The Emerging Alliance of Religion and Ecology” with John Grim, in Elena Lloyd-Sidle and Gray Henry-Blakemore Eds. Water: Its Spiritual Significance. Louisville, KY: Fons Vitae, 2009.

“Confucian Ethics” in The Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy. Baird Callicott and Robert Frodeman, eds. New York: Macmillan (Thomson Gale), 2009.

“Touching the Depths of Things: Cultivating Nature in East Asia” in Ecology and the Environment Perspectives From the Humanities. Donald Swearer, ed. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Center for the Study of World Religions, 2009. (Reprinted) “Touching the Depths of Things: Cultivating Nature in the Thought of Wang Yangming” in Nature, Space and the Sacred. Sigurd Bergman and Heinrich Bedford Stohm, eds, Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2009.

“Renewing Hope” in Love God, Heal Earth. Sally Bingham, ed. Pittsburgh, PA: St Lynn’s Press, 2009.

“Reflections on America, Amerikkka,” Feminist Theology Vol 17 (2). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, January 2009.

Interview. In the Name of Nature: On Sustainable Development, Leadership and Personal Change. Jan Willen Kirpestein, Henk Maschot & Vanno Jobse, eds. Kampen: The Netherlands: Uitgeverij 2009.

 

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