Human Doings or Human Beings: Development of Personhood within Western Culture
a public lecture by Dr. James Rusthoven
BIO:James Rusthoven is a practicing medical oncologist and professor of oncology at McMaster University. As a graduate of the University of Illinois medical school in Chicago, he trained in infectious diseases and oncology in both the US and Canada. In recent years he has done graduate work in bioethics, receiving degrees in bioethics (MHSc, U of Toronto) and theology (Trinity College-Bristol, UK). He currently teaches medical students, offers courses in bioethics, gives presentations on a variety of bioethical topics in university and seminary courses, campus groups, and churches. He also publishes on topics related to covenantal ethics.
Location: University Club – lower dining room, Alumni Memorial Building, McMaster University. (Note: the 4:15pm start allows for reduced campus parking rates commencing at 4pm.)
Sponsored by the Hamilton Area Science & Religion Forum and the Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation.
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