News 2016

Activist Sr. Simone Campbell to Give O'Hara Graff Lecture

Sr. Simone Campbell presents "Mend the Gaps: Women and the Divides We Face" as this year's O’Hara Graff lecture. Sr. Campbell, an organizer of "Nuns on the Bus," is the Director of NETWORK, a national Catholic social justice lobby.
Mar 22, 2016

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O’Brien Publishes on Social Psychology

Sociology Professor Jodi O'Brien published the 6th edition of her widely used text, The Production of Reality.
Mar 11, 2016

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Dombrowski Receives Prestigious McGoldrick Fellowship

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Seattle University President Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., announced that Philosophy Professor Dan Dombrowski, PhD, is the 2016-17 recipient of the McGoldrick Fellowship, the most prestigious award conferred by the university upon a member of the faculty.
Mar 2, 2016

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Irish Historian Examines Legacy of Easter Rebellion

Professor Andrew Sanders presents "Ireland Since 1916, A Century of Rebellion?" as the 2016 Al Mann Lecture on March 31. Sanders has published extensively on modern Irish history, particularly sectarian conflicts.
Mar 2, 2016

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Dombrowski Publishes A History of the Concept of God

Philosophy Professor Daniel A. Dombrowski explores the history of the concept of God in his latest book, "A History of the Concept of God: A Process Approach."
Feb 29, 2016

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"Buddhism in Black America: A Global Perspective"

Seattle University EcoSangha Co-director and Philosophy Professor Jason M. Wirth brings to campus two of the most prominent African American Buddhists, Charles Johnson and Lama Choyin Ragndrol.
Feb 9, 2016

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Koszulinski Premieres New Documentary in Europe and US

Film Studies Professor Georg Koszulinksi showcases the Vodou religion as practiced in rural Haiti in his latest documentary, "Loa: Encounters with the Sacred Spirits of Haiti."
Jan 19, 2016

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Morris Embarks on World Tour

Violinist and Music Professor Quinton Morris travels this winter and spring on a national and international tour featuring concerts, teaching, and screenings of his film, "The Breakthrough."
Jan 18, 2016

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Bakiner Publishes on Truth Commissions

Political Science Professor Onur Bakiner examined the success of truth commissions in his new book, "Truth Commissions: Memory, Power, and Legitimacy."
Jan 12, 2016

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Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies Adds Specialization in Elementary Ed

The Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies Specialization in Elementary Education (K-8) is the first program of its kind in the Seattle area.
Jan 4, 2016

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