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2016-2017 Visiting Fellows

The Jesuit Institute

 

The 2016-2017 Visiting Fellows:

 

The 2015-2016 Visiting Fellows: 

 

The 2015-2016 Visiting Fellows: 

 
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Zorica Maros

Spring 2017

Zorica Maros studied theology in Sarajevo (Bosnia und Herzegovina) and proceeded her post-graduate studies in Rome, at the Academia Alfonsiana (Italy). She completed a master degree at the Academy in 2007 and was enrolled in a program for doctoral studies. In 2010, she returned to Bosnia and Herzegovina and started working at the Catholic Theological Faculty in Sarajevo. She defended her doctoral dissertation at the Academia Alfonsiana in January 2013. The topic was “Dealing with violence in the ethnic conflict: Is it possible to speak of forgiveness as a moral obligation?”. Currently she is teaching bioethics, sexual ethics and the sacrament of reconciliation at the Catholic Theological Faculty in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. At Catholic Theological Faculty in 2013, she started the program “From the War to Reconciliation: The Contribution of Religious Communities to the Healing and Rebuilding of Society," which included both a public discussion and international conferences on the topics of violence, injustice, and forgiveness from interdisciplinary and multi-religious points of view." 

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Alberto Múnera Duque, S.J.

Spring 2017

Alberto Múnera, S.J. is PhD in Philosophy and Literature, Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá; STD in Moral Theology, Università Gregoriana, Rome. The last six years he has been Director of undergraduate Programs at the School of Theology, Jesuit Javeriana University of Bogotá. He is former Dean of the School of Theology, of the School of Education and of the Graduate School for Interdisciplinary Studies in the same University, and former Director of the Institute for Social and Cultural Studies “Pensar”. He has been Professor of Moral Theology during more than 40 years. He was elected three times Vice-President and two times President of the World Conference of Catholic Theological Institutions. He is author of Teología Moral (1975), El Misterio de Dios (1978), Pecado Personal desde el Pecado Original (1985), De una Moral de los Manuales a una Moral Liberadora (1990), En las fuentes del Neoliberalismo: fundamentos ideológicos del Neoliberalismo en Friedrich von Hayek (2002) and several articles on Moral Theology.

 

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Maria Clara Lucchetti Bingemer

Fall 2016

Maria Clara Lucchetti Bingemer is full professor of Systematic Theology at the Department of Theology of the Pontifical University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio). She also collaborates and guides doctoral thesis at the Literature Department of the same University.  She is president of ALALITE (Asociacion Latinoamericana de Literatura y Teologia) and vice president of SOTER (Sociedade Brasileira de Teologia e Religiao). She is a member of the Theological Comitee of the Consejo Episcopal Latinoamericano (CLAM). She is also a member of several scientific journal committees, including Concilium, Xaveriana, JAAR and otheres.  She has been the Fullbright Distinguished Chair of the Kellogg Institute in Notre Dame University and received fellowships from De Paul University, Chicago more than once and also from the KULeuven.

She received her doctoral degree from the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, in 1989 and her thesis was about The Trinity in Saint Ignatius of Loyola.  She teaches The Trinity and Fundamental Theology at undergrad and grad level.

She has many publications in many languages, such as Portuguese, Spanish, French, Italian, English, German. 

The link for her complete CV is http://lattes.cnpq.br/8374950313063279.