Stob Lecture Colloquium
Stob Lecture Colloquium 2024 Speaker - Dr. Lydia Dugdale
Dr. Lydia Dugdale is known around the world for her work as a medical ethicist. She also practices internal medicine and teaches at Columbia University where she serves as director of the Center for Clinical Medical Ethics.
Dr. Dugdale is a Christian and a scholar in end-of-life issues, medical ethics, and the doctor-patient relationship. Her new book, The Lost Art of Dying, offers insight and thoughtful guidance on how to die well. Dr. Dugdale also authored Dying in the 21st Century. She previously served Yale University as the associate director of the Program for Biomedical Ethics and founding co-director of the Program for Medicine, Spirituality, and Religion.
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Dugdale for the 2024 Stob Lecture and Stob Lecture Colloquium.
Stob Lecture Colloquium 2024
Featuring Dr. Lydia Dugdale
Moderated by Dr. Ronald Feenstra, Professor of Systematic Theology
When: January 23, 2024 at 3:30 p.m.
Where: Calvin Theological Seminary Chapel
3233 Burton St. SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Stob Lecture History
Originally called the “Stob Lectureship”, the Stob Lecture Series was signed into being in 1985 as a collaboration between Calvin University and Calvin Theological Seminary. The annual Stob Lectureship was designed to bring to the campus, in either the fall or spring semester of each year, an established or promising scholar for the delivery of two “Stob Lectures” to a campus audience consisting of professors, students and other interested persons. The chosen lecturer would have a notable academic reputation in the fields of philosophy, ethics, and/or theology; resonate with the Reformed and Christian perspectives embodied by the life and work of Dr. Henry Stob; and have the ability to communicate effectively to a general audience.
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