Daniel Terris

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Daniel Terris, "director of the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life, has been at Brandeis University since 1992. Programs initiated under his leadership at the Center and as assistant provost at Brandeis have included: the Slifka Program in Intercommunal Coexistence, the Brandeis Institute for International Judges (BIIJ), the Brandeis International Fellowships, Community Histories by Youth in the Middle East (CHYME), the Ethics Center Student Fellowships (formerly the Ethics and Coexistence Student Fellowships), Brandeis in the Berkshires, Genesis at Brandeis University, and the University's continuing studies division. He has offered courses on individualism, poverty, American literature, and the roots and causes of September 11, and he offers the annual writing seminar for the Ethics Center Student Fellows. Terris received his Ph.D. in the history of American civilization from Harvard University, and he has written on 20th century history, literature, and religion. He is the author of Ethics at Work: Creating Virtue in an American Corporation (University Press of New England, 2005) and the co-author of the forthcoming The International Judge: An Introduction to the Men and Women Who Decide the World's Cases (with Leigh Swigart and Cesare Romano, University Press of New England, 2007)." [1]

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  1. Center Core Staff, International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life, accessed September 22, 2007.