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Rufus Burnett Jr., Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES, professor of theology, published “Cartographies in the Wilderness: A Decolonial Theological Reflection on Intersectionality” on April 30, in the Journal of Moral Theology.
Megan Gooley, ARTS AND SCIENCES, doctoral candidate of theology, received a Fordham GSAS Summer Fellowship.
Christina Greer, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES, associate professor of political science, was named one of the 2023–24 Moynihan Public Scholars on June 5 and will work on a comprehensive history of African American electoral leadership in New York City and New York State.
Anne Halloin, ARTS AND SCIENCES, doctoral student of theology, received a Fordham GSAS Summer Fellowship.
Claire Koen, ARTS AND SCIENCES, doctoral candidate of theology, received the Orthodox Christian Studies National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Dissertation Completion Fellowship from Fordham’s Orthodox Christian Studies Center.
Thomas Massaro, S.J., ARTS AND SCIENCES, professor of moral theology, published the article “Pope Francis, the Ethicist: Ignatian Roots, Jesuit Priorities, Contemporary Challenges,” which appears on pages 173-191 of volume 2, no. 2 of the journal Review for Religious. Dr. Massaro also presented “What Precisely Did Pope Francis Contribute? Parsing Key Terms and Claims in Laudato Si’,” at the International Conference on Social and Environmental Justice, held at Fordham on May 1.
Sonía da Silva Monteiro, ARTS AND SCIENCES, doctoral candidate of theology, received the Elizabeth A. Johnson Fellowship, which is named for professor emerita Elizabeth Johnson, C.S.J., and supports women Ph.D. theology students.
Robert J. Parmach, Ph.D., ADMIN, Director of Ignatian Mission Initiatives, Office of the Vice-President for Mission Integration & Ministry, delivered the end-of-school-year keynote address “Real, Relevant, Revelatory: An Ignatian Mindset for Engaged Teaching and Learning” to the faculty and staff of Cardinal Hayes High School in the Bronx on May 5. The event was sponsored by the Graduate School of Education’s Professional Development Resource Center (PDRC).
Natalie Reynoso, ARTS AND SCIENCES, doctoral candidate of theology, received a Fordham GSAS Research Fellowship.
Magda Teter, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES, professor of history and Shvidler Chair in Judaic Studies, was honored by NY Jewish Week’s 36 to Watch 2023 as a remarkable New Yorker for her contributions in the arts, religion, culture, business, politics, and philanthropy.
Teter also delivered the three Natalie Zemon Lectures from June 5-7 at Central European University in Vienna. The series, titled Reading Against the Grain: Recovering Stories of Jewish Lives from Hostile Archives, explored anti-Jewish libels and their long-term legacies in Trent, northern Italy, and Sandomierz in eastern Poland.