Teaching Ethics reviews recent books useful for teaching and learning ethics in any discipline or across disciplines. These include textbooks designed for the classroom, but also scholarly books on topics in ethics, and works of fiction that explore ethical issues. We do not typically review new editions of books already in print.
Reviews may cover a single volume or may be longer essays reviewing two or more related works. Reviewers should focus on the pedagogical usefulness of the books within a specific discipline (such as philosophy or communication), as well as across disciplines when appropriate.
All reviews are edited for length, content, style and grammar. Unsolicited reviews are published at the discretion of the editors. To suggest a book for review or to review a book, please contact Associate Editor Sandra L. Borden at firstname.lastname@example.org.