The Killeen Chair of Theology & Philosophy brings national and international figures to campus to talk on topics of theology and philosophy.

The Killeen Chair of Theology & Philosophy Lecture Series

Economic Justice
The concluding words of the Pledge of Allegiance—
 "with liberty and justice for all"—herald the foundational values of the United States. We name justice as our final standard. So too is a commitment to justice an animating value of the Catholic tradition. And yet, the distinctive markers of our world—global inequalities, growing disparity between rich and poor, and communities segregated by class and race—present considerable challenges to achieving economic justice. The 2016-2017 Killeen Chair series invites you to join leading philosophers, theologians, and policy makers as they explore economic justice in our age.

All events are free and open to the public. Registration for these events is not required.

2016-17 Killeen Chair Lecture Series

Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016
7 p.m.
Fort Howard Theater, Bemis International Center

“Understanding Structural Injustice: What Is a Sinful Social Structure?”

Daniel Finn, Ph.D.
William E. & Virginia Clemens Professor in Economics and Liberal Arts, Professor in Theology
College of St. Benedict-St. John's University

finn
Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016
7 p.m. 
Fort Howard Theater, Bemis International Center

“Economic Inequality and Political Power in America”

Martin Gilens, Ph.D.
Professor of Politics
Princeton University

Martin Gilens

Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017
7 p.m. 
Fort Howard Theater, Bemis International Center

Stepping Out on Faith: Economic Justice through Community Organizing”

Maureen O'Connell, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Religion and Associate Professor
LaSalle University

Maureen OConnell
Thursday, March 30, 2017 
7 p.m.
Fort Howard Theater, Bemis International Center

“What (if Anything) is Wrong with Economic Inequality?”

Paul Weithman, Ph.D.
Glynn Family Honors Collegiate Professor of Philosophy
University of Notre Dame

Paul Weithman
Killeen Chair 2016-17 Co-sponsored Events

Heritage Week Lecture  
Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016
6:30 p.m.
St. Joseph's Church      

Co-sponsored by Killeen Chair, Center for Norbertine Studies, Mission & Ministry, and St. Norbert College Music Department.

   

Sacred Music
St. Norbert College Music Department

"From plan to market- from Marxism to Social Ethics: The contribution of the European St. Norbert Foundation Magdeburg"
Rev. Dr. Clemens Dölken, O.Praem.
Prior of Magdeburg Priory
Professor, PTH St. Augustin
Magdeburg, Germany