Jeffrey Kovac

Jeffrey Kovac a professor of chemistry at University of Tennessee, Knoxville. A recognized expert on scientific ethics, he is the author of The Ethical Chemist: Professionalism and Ethics in Science. His personal commitment to the philosophy of nonviolence led him to research and write about World War II conscientious objectors. The personal letters and papers of Kovac’s father-in-law, Charles Davis, who was a conscientious objector at Cascade Locks, have greatly enriched the author’s research.

Books by this Author

Refusing War, Affirming Peace

One of the untold stories of America’s World War II experience belongs to the thousands who refused military service for reasons of conscience, instead serving...

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