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Montgomery Fellow, Zia Rahman, discussion topic: "Virtue Signaling, Cancel Culture, and the Morality of Grace.”
More information: https://ethics-institute.dartmouth.edu/students/attend-meet-greet
Open to all Dartmouth students.
Join us at the Ethics Institute for lunch and discussion with author Zia Rahman, February 20 at noon. Zia Haider Rahman is the author of the critically acclaimed and prize-winning novel, In the Light of What We Know REGISTER HERE
Zia was born in a Bangladeshi village and moved to England with his family, living first in a squat before being allocated project housing in inner London. After attending a north London state-funded school, Zia studied at Balliol College, Oxford, and at Cambridge and Yale universities. He holds postgraduate degrees in mathematics, economics and law, and was awarded the highest merit scholarship at the English bar. After a short stint as an investment banker at Goldman, Sachs, he spent several years as a financial services lawyer, anti-corruption activist and international human rights lawyer.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.