An Appetite for Thinness - Free Public Lecture

Event Date: 
Monday, March 26, 2012 - 7:00pm

Exploring the Moral Dimension of Body Image and eating disorders
presented by Beth Haile (Carroll College)

Beth Haile is an assistant professor of moral theology at Carroll College in Helena, Montana. She received her doctorate from Boston College in Theological Ethics in 2011. Her dissertation entitled " A Good Appetite: A Thomistic Approach to Eating and Body Image Disorders in American Women" explored the moral psychology underlying thin-ideal internalization, the process by which women become habituated to see extreme thinness as a good.

Limited seating. Please register at http://LupinaCentre.ca
416-922-5474 ext. 243. lupinacentre@utoronto.ca

Location

Lupina Centre Regis College
100 Wellesley Street West Room 313
Toronto, ON
Canada
43° 39' 50.0976" N, 79° 23' 24.9648" W
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