Core Fellow Dr. Edgar Valdez has recently published a book, Rethinking Kant, vol. 6 (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2022). The book examines an array of current scholarship in Kantian studies.
News and Events
Accomplished author Rev. Wesley Granberg-Michaelson discussed his latest book, Without Oars: Casting Off into a Life of Pilgrimage, via Microsoft Teams on November 17.
The Scholars Forum in CIT welcomes Dr. Ruth Tsuria talking about her recent publication, Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice in Digital Media, second edition (Routledge, 2021).
Inside the Core, we were honored to have Mary Anne Ford, sister-in-law of martyred Maryknoll Sister Ita Ford in Prof. Maribel Landrau's Core III/CAST course, Modern Women of Faith.
The University Core held the closing ceremony of Romero-King week and a half on Monday, April 4, the anniversary of King's assassination. A ceremony was also held on March 24, when Romero died.
The Core is excited to welcome Dr./Sr. Ana Maria Pineda, Associate Professor at Santa Clara University, to discuss St. Oscar Romero and Blessed Rutilio Grande.
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition looks forward to a talk next week by Dr. Elizabeth Redwine, Coordinator of Core I and Lecturer in the English Department.
Inside the Core this week, many Core II students are reading a combination of scientific and theological texts for a fruitful and interesting discussion.
Dr. Thomas Rzeznik, of the History Dept. and teacher in the Core as well, will present on his newly published book, The Cambridge Companion to American Catholicism (Cambridge, May 2021).
Inside the Core this week, many Core II students are studying the inter-connections among medieval Jewish, Christian, and Islamic thinkers, all of whom were exploring the use of classical texts.
The Core is excited to announce the publication of a book of poetry, Broken Pieces into a Whole: Where All Pieces Come Together by student Jodiann Morgan.
An initiative of Seton Hall’s Institute for Communication and Religion, CORECast will explore topics taught in Core I and Core II classes.
Core II classes begin the semester with Plato's Crito and one of two New Testament letters -- Paul's first letter to the Corinthians or the first letter of John. All deal with the meaning of life.
The University Core joins the College of Communication and the Arts and others to remember the achievements and gifts of beloved Prof. Bill Haney with a Mass on Friday, Nov. 19 at 2 in the chapel.
Inside the Core this week, we are excited to host several exciting events, all dealing with issues pertinent to the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.
We are pleased to welcome a distinguished panel of scholars to discuss Dante's Divine Comedy in celebration of the 700th anniversary of his death. Dante describes the soul's spiritual journey.
The Core and the Center for Catholic Studies are pleased to present an Inter-Religious Panel on the Afterlife, introduced by Msgr. Robert Sheeran, President Emeritus of Seton Hall on November 2nd, 2 p.m.