Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture announces grant, stipend recipients for 2013-14
The Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture (ICTC) Faculty Research Grants and Summer Course Development Stipends provide financial support for faculty to continue to do research and create courses that expand the engagement with the Catholic intellectual tradition. The program's goals are to encourage and enable faculty to undertake research and create new course offerings to students that intentionally and robustly engage Catholic thought and culture, expanding the opportunity for students to learn more about the influence of Catholicism in the history of thought and the development of cultures.
The following faculty who are the recipients of the 2013-14 ICTC grants and stipends:
Faculty Research Grants
Therese Cory, Ph.D., "Demonic Mind Readers and Deceivers: What De malo 16 Can Tell us About Intellectual Attention in Aquinas" (Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences)
Andrew Davis, Ph.D., "Abraham Heschel's Personal Papers Relating to Vatican II" (School of Theology and Ministry)
Thomas Murphy, S.J., "Catholic Opinion and Fenian Raids into Canada, 1866-1871" (History, College of Arts and Sciences)
Summer Course Development Stipends
Le Xuan Hy, Ph.D., "Cultural Psychology of Religion: Practice and Research" (Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences)
David Madsen, Ph.D., "Greco-Roman and Judaic World 200 BCE-200CE" (History, College of Arts and Sciences)
Jeanette Rodriguez, Ph.D., "Holocaust and the Christian World" (Theology and Religious Studies, College of Arts and Sciences)
If you are interested in applying for a 2014-15 ICTC grant or stipend, note that the call for applications announcement will go out in late September 2013. If you have questions about applying for the ICTC grants and summer stipends, please contact Catherine Punsalan-Manlimos, director of the institute at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 296-5316.
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