Founders of Bioethics Scholarly Publications Archive
About the Digital Collection
The Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University is among the world's oldest and most distinguished bioethics institutes. Its scholars have defined the field of bioethics since its inception, and the KIE continues to be a magnet for the next generation of scholars in the field.
This collection houses the publications from current and former Kennedy Institute of Ethics scholars for which the publisher allows archiving of post-prints. These publications are now openly available online at the Georgetown University Institutional Repository. The Bioethics Research Library is collaborating with Georgetown’s University Library to digitize, preserve and extend the history of bioethics.
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Most Recent Submissions
Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research: An Intercultural Perspective (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004-03)
Bioethics Inside the Beltway - The Oversight of Human Gene Transfer Research (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000-06)