Monthly Archives: July 2012

Transformation of a Jewish curse

A new book by Rabbi Ruth Langer, a professor of theology and associate director of the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning at Boston College, has been hailed as “masterful” by Jewish Ideas Daily. Rabbi Langer is an expert in Jewish tradition … Continue reading

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Vatican II & the Magisterium

Richard R. Gaillardetz, Joseph McCarthy Professor of Catholic Systematic Theology at Boston College and president-elect of the Catholic Theological Society of America, has co-authored (with Catherine Clifford) a book that offers an accessible take on the vision of the Second … Continue reading

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Discovering Joyce’s Dublin

The Dublin of 1904, explored by Leopold Bloom in James Joyce’s Ulysses, is now accessible to the tech-savvy inhabitants of the 21st century thanks to JoyceWays, a multimedia virtual tour created by Boston College undergraduates with the help of BC … Continue reading

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How Effective Is Deportation?

Law Professor Daniel Kanstroom, associate director of Boston College’s Center for Human Rights and International Justice, has written a new book Aftermath: Deportation Law and the New American Diaspora, which questions the effectiveness of deportation as an immigration policy. He … Continue reading

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