Monthly Archives: May 2011

“Master of the spiritual masters”

Boston College Theology Professor Emeritus and Jesuit priest Harvey Egan, who has been called the “master of the spiritual masters,” has published a book that reflects his 50 years of studying and teaching the Christian mystics. In Soundings in the Christian … Continue reading

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More God, Less Crime

James Q. Wilson, senior fellow at the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston College, reviews More God, Less Crime by Byron R. Johnson for the Wall Street Journal. A Presidential Medal of Freedom winner and one … Continue reading

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Doesn’t time fly?

Doesn’t Time Fly?, charts the history of Aer Lingus, the Irish state airline, on its 75th anniversary. Written by BC-Ireland Academic Director Mike Cronin, the book draws heavily on the company’s extensive archive of photographs, posters and advertisements, as well … Continue reading

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Idea Hunter

Boston College Carroll School of Management Dean and BC alumnus Andy Boynton has co-authored a new book that challenges many of the assumptions about how great ideas— the kind that can boost careers, change organizations, and improve lives– are discovered. … Continue reading

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Cape Cod mystery

Hide and Seek: A Murder Mystery, a Kindle book by Boston College English Department faculty member Thomas Kaplan-Maxfield, has been dubbed “a psychologically suspenseful, edge-of-your-seat page-turner that weaves together strands of the major genres of crime fiction, from British detective … Continue reading

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