James teaches philosophy, including business ethics and ethics of globalization, at Nova Scotia\'s only francophone university.
His article "Mumford On How Mining and War Corrupted Our Values: On the Social Origins of Some Unsustainable Technologies and Accounting Practices" can be consulted on line (in Techné: Journal of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, vol. 2 (1997), no. 2.
The links (in French) for his ethics of globalization course can be found at http://users.eastlink.ca/~chicaben/cours/2010j/ethi4553/liens4553/. Some personal pages can be found at www3.ns.sympatico.ca/chicaben1/ and university pages are located at http://personnel.usainteanne.ca/jcrombie/.
James contributes occasionally to Wikipedia in English, French and (relatively rarely) in Spanish. James is also an accredited conference interpreter and a volunteer with Babels - having helped with interpretation services at the First Americas Social Forum in Quito and the Fifth World Social Forum in Porto Alegre.
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