Visiting Scholar Helen Frowe
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Helen Frowe is professor of practical philosophy and Knut and Alice Wallenberg Scholar at Stockholm University, where she directs the Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace. She has longstanding research interests in permissible harming, particularly defensive harming, and the ethics of war. From 2017 to 2020, Frowe was co-principal investigator on a project on heritage in wartime; the resultant monograph, Stones and Lives: The Ethics of Protecting Heritage in War, will be published by Oxford University Press, along with an edited collection, Heritage and War: Ethical Issues. She is the author of Defensive Killing and The Ethics of War and Peace: An Introduction. She received the 2019 Marc Sanders Prize in Political Philosophy.