Professor James Keenan SJ, from the School of Theology and Ministry at Boston College, shall be delivering a public lecture on 'University Ethics', followed by a discussion, on Tuesday 30 April, from 10:00 until 11:00, at the ICT Auditorium.
Professor Keenan is a respected theologian worldwide and a prolific author. His most recent monograph is University Ethics: How Colleges can Build and Benefit from a Culture of Ethics. Professor Keenan has published more than 300 essays, articles and reviews in over twenty-five international journals, and has held the position of fellow and of adjunct professor in several prestigious universities worldwide. He is the founder of Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church, a cross-cultural initiative bringing together Catholic moral theologians from around the globe to discuss pressing moral issues regarding Catholic theological ethics in their respective regions. He is also director of the Jesuit Institute at Boston College, committed to encouraging dialogue around areas of faith and culture by hosting scholars for post-doctoral research. Since last January Professor James Keenan is honouring a six-month commitment as visiting professor at the Gregorian University in Rome.
The public lecture is being organised by the Faculty of Theology.