Professor Linda Hogan, Founder of EthicsLab, Trinity College Dublin
Professor Linda Hogan is an ethicist with extensive experience in research and teaching in pluralist and multi-cultural contexts. In 2015 she established the Trinity Ethics Initiative and is founder of Trinity EthicsLab. From 2011-15 she was Vice-Provost/Chief Academic Officer and as such had overall responsibility for education and research at the university, where she coordinated strategic planning, research, undergraduate and postgraduate education, quality and the student experience.
Professor Hogan has lectured on a range of topics in ethics and religion, including Ethics in International Affairs; Ethics of Globalisation; Biomedical Ethics; and Comparative Social Ethics. She has held posts at Trinity College Dublin and at the University of Leeds, where she was a member of the Centre for Business Ethics. She has been a member of the Irish Council for Bioethics and a Board member of the Coombe Hospital, Science Gallery Dublin and the Marino Institute of Education.
She is currently Chair of the Governing Body of Marino Institute of Education. She has also been appointed to the Editorial Boards of international journals including Feminist Theory; the Journal of Religious Ethics and the Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics and Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal. She has worked on a consultancy basis for a number of national and international organisations, focusing on developing ethical infrastructures. Her most recent monograph is Keeping Faith With Human Rights, Washington DC: Georgetown University Press, 2016.