The School of Theology and Ministry hosted Margaret Eletta Guider, O.S.F., an associate professor of missiology and professora ordinaria, on Thursday as part of the annual women in theology and ministry lecture, which was titled “Women Religious and the Transformation of Theological Education.”
Jerry Muller spoke at an event on Thursday that was the first part of a two-day conference co-sponsored by the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy and the Institute for the Liberal Arts. Speakers discussed Adam Smith, author of The Wealth of Nations, and the state of capitalism today.
Migrant women can serve as both caregivers and human rights defenders, according to psychologist and sociologist Arancha Garcia del Soto.
Early women’s rights advocates had different opinions about bodily autonomy from modern abortion-rights advocates, according to Erika Bachiochi, author of The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision.
R. Kendall Soulen sought to answer what he described as a seemingly simple yet surprisingly complex question in the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning’s annual John Paul II lecture.
Members of the Boston College community and the public flooded Gasson 100 to hear Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov speak on Tuesday night.
There are deep cultural impacts on Britain as a result of the recent passing of its longest reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, according to Rev. Oliver P. Rafferty, S.J.
The most important thing about the Academy, a summer enrichment program for underrepresented students, is the fact that it is free, according to Joy Moore, executive director of the Pine Manor Institute for Student Success initiative.
Themes of transitional justice and holding government accountable pervaded the Tuesday book launch of Redress, Ireland’s Institutions and Transitional Justice, a collection of essays chronicling the history of Ireland’s treatment toward women who suffered in Magdalene Laundries, woman and baby homes, and more.
Earl Grant, Boston College’s men’s basketball head coach, spoke of his experience finding God and following His plan Tuesday night at the last Agape Latte event of the academic year.