18th Annual Stakeholder Dialogue Featured Matthew Crawford St. Thomas Newsroom November 15, 2011 On May 11, the Koch Endowed Chair in Business Ethics presented the 18th Annual Stakeholder Dialogue: “Ethics Education in Business and Law: A Kind of Soulcraft?” The featured speaker was Matthew Crawford, author of the award-winning book Shop Class as Soulcraft. Dr. Michael Naughton, Moss Chair in Catholic Social Thought, and Neil Hamilton of the UST School of Law were respondents. Dr. Daryl Koehn, professor of ethics and business law, was master of ceremonies for the evening. Co-sponsors were the Veritas Institute and the Center for Ethical Business Cultures.Crawford is a philosopher and a mechanic. He is a fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia, and he runs a motorcycle repair business in Richmond, Va. Shop Class as Soulcraft was named a New York Times Book Review Notable Book of 2009, a Vanity Fair Top Ten Book of 2009, as well as an Editor’s Choice by Financial Times and Popular Mechanics. It was named a best book of 2009 by Publisher’s Weekly, the San Francisco Chronicle and the Christian Science Monitor. The Wall Street Journal named it a holiday book recommendation, and it won the Borders Original Voices Award for Nonfiction.Read more from B. MagazineRelatedQ&A with Michael Naughton and Kenneth Goodpaster: Teaching the Catholic Intellectual TraditionQ & A with Dana BadgerowTrendspotting: A Business Major Is Not the Easy Way OutBottom Line: What Are the Short- and Long-Run Impacts of Raising the U.S. Debt Limit?