JUDITH LICHTENBERG


Associate Professor of Philosophy
Department of Philosophy
University of Maryland

Research Scholar
Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy
University of Maryland




MAIN AREAS OF INEREST
Media ethics, international ethics,
race and ethnicity, higher education

Judith Lichtenberg has a joint appointment with the Department of Philosophy.
And the School of Public Affairs at the University of Maryland.

She holds a B.A. in history and an M.A. in philosophy
from the University of Wisconsin,
and a Ph.D. in philosophy from the City University of New York.

She writes and teaches in the areas of ethics and political philosophy,
with special interests in international ethics,
race and ethnicity, higher education, and the mass media.

She is the editor of Democracy and the Mass Media\
(Cambridge University Press, 1990) and is currently working
on a project on university admissions policy and social justice.

She was the principal investigator on a National Science Foundation grant
examining options for the collection of racial and ethnic data for the 2000 Census.

Since its inception in 1997 she has been director of the Committee on Politics,
Philosophy, and Public Policy (also known as CP4),
an interdisciplinary graduate program at the University of Maryland
involving graduate students and faculty in Philosophy, Government and Politics,
and the School of Public Affairs.

Since 1997 she has served on the national advisory board
of the Poynter Institute for Media Studies.

Before joining the University of Maryland faculty,
she taught at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
and she has held visiting appointments at Harvard's Kennedy School,
Yale University, Dartmouth College, and the University of Melbourne (Australia).



Representative Publications






ONLINE FACULTY PAGE
School of Public Affairs
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DIRECTOR
Committee on Politics, Philosophy and Public Policy
School of Public Affairs
University of Maryland





Prepared: September 5, 2001 - 5:02:29 PM
Edited and Updated, September 6, 2001


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