Values in Bioethics makes available original philosophical books in all areas of bioethics, including medical and nursing ethics, health care ethics, research ethics, environmental ethics, and global bioethics.
Values in Bioethics is a special series in the Value Inquiry Book Series.
Edited by Hille Haker and Michael McCarthy, Loyola University, Chicago
The Values in Bioethics (ViB) book series aims to connect how human values and an interdisciplinary approach to bioethics gave rise to the field, to explore what values are at work today, and what new questions bioethics faces in the twenty-first century. ViB seeks monographs or edited books with two objectives in mind: 1) explore the practical, social, and political dimensions as well as challenges of bioethics and 2) engage more interdisciplinary and global approaches of scholars aiming to articulate the values represented in bioethics. ViB wants to create the space for a broad understanding of the scope, approaches, methods, and issues of bioethics, foster dialogue among scholars, and provide educators, scholars, and practitioners with thorough investigations of topics that are of social and public relevance. It does not take a stance towards one particular approach but will demand that authors ask how and in what way their own questions are rooted in particular value traditions, commitments and convictions that need to be articulated. The book series is interested in proposals for both monographs and edited volumes.
Please direct inquiries to the ViB acquisitions editor Erika Mandarino – Erika.Mandarino@brill.com