13 April 2008

Summer Seminars at U.D.!

Good News!

I will be teaching two senior/grad seminars here at U.D. during the 1st Summer Term:

ENG 4360 American Literature: 19 & 20th Century (covers classical novels and poems from the mid to late 19th century up through the mid-20th century: Hawthorne, Twain, Whitman, Dickinson, James, Faulkner, etc.)


THE 5317 Recent & Contemporary Theology: theology of religions (topics: philosophical issues raised by religious pluralism, theologies of salvation in light of religious diversity, nature of the Church in interreligious dialogue, etc: John Hick, Jacques Dupuis, Pope Benedict XVI, and many others).

Generally, these seminars need at least six students registered before they can be offered. I will post reading lists when I have selected and ordered the assigned texts.

N.B. Updated the Phil/Theo Wish List to include two new books. One of contemporary Thomism and another on the theology of our Holy Father (both written by the brilliant and orthodox theologian, Tracey Rowland).


  1. Anonymous7:56 AM

    Ok. Suppose you have non American readers...

  2. I don't understand your supposition...

  3. Anonymous11:41 AM

    It would be useful to have at least some bibliography and other material from the courses.
    Sorry if I was not clear.

  4. No worries...yes, I mention in the post that I will put up a reading list once it's done...