Tag Archives: Jesuit author

Gasson Prof: “What the Islamic Veil Reveals”

Gasson Professor of Political Science Pierre de Charentenay, S.J., will present “What the Islamic Veil Reveals” on Feb. 25 at noon at the Boisi Center  at noon. RSVP required. Fr. de Charentenay, who was born in France, has been a member of … Continue reading

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Argentina’s Dirty War Book Discussion

Assistant Professor of Sociology Gustavo Morello SJ, will discuss his new book, The Catholic Church and Argentina’s Dirty War, on Feb. 9 at noon in McGuinn 334. The book discussion is sponsored by the Center for Human Rights and International … Continue reading

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Fr. Keenan talk on university ethics

Canisius Professor James Keenan, S.J., will discuss his latest book, University Ethics: How Colleges Can Build and Benefit from a Culture of Ethics, at a Feb. 2 luncheon event sponsored by the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life. … Continue reading

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The Abbey from Fr. Martin

James Martin, SJ, a Jesuit priest and best-selling author of Jesus: A Pilgrimage and The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything, has published his first novel, The Abbey (HarperOne, 2015). The story is about three people (a divorced woman dealing with the death of her … Continue reading

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Jesuit authors

Books written by two Jesuit authors have recently been reviewed in leading Catholic magazines. University Ethics: How Colleges Can Build and Benefit from a Culture of Ethics by Canisius Professor James F. Keenan, SJ was reviewed in US Catholic magazine. Fr. Keenan … Continue reading

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The liberal arts & China

Woods College of Advancing Studies Assistant Dean You Guo Jiang, SJ, is the author of Liberal Arts Education in a Changing Society: A New Perspective on Chinese Higher Education (Brill Academic Publishers, 2014). This work provides a unique focus on the re-emergence … Continue reading

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Grief and gratitude at Thanksgiving

“It is ok to grieve on Thanksgiving, because when we grieve we feel how much the love is between ourselves and those whom we lost,” writes Canisius Professor James Keenan, SJ, in an essay for Commonweal magazine’s blog.  “When we … Continue reading

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