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BC Law School Professor Emerita Sharon Hamby O’Connor and Professor and Lee Distinguished Scholar Mary Sarah Bilder have created a digital catalogue of appeals to the British Privy Council from the American Colonies.
A new report from BC's division of University Mission and Ministry examines what variables promote vocations to the Catholic priesthood and calls for a more interconnected approach from dioceses, parishes, and colleges to foster such vocations. BC News Release | U.S Catholic, America Magazine, Patheos
An engineered metamaterial supports a faster, cheaper and higher fidelity technique to capture images using Terahertz light waves, according to a team of researchers including Physics Professor Willie Padilla, a lead author of the report in the journal Nature Photonics. BC News Release | PhysOrg, ECN Magazine, AzoNano
More than a thousand members of the BC community gathered at St. Ignatius Church to bid farewell to beloved Jesuit, administrator and friend Rev. William B. Neenan, S.J., who passed away on June 25 at age 85. BC News Release | View a video recording of the funeral Mass here | BC obituary | 'His priesthood was in himself.' Boston Globe | Fr. Neenan 'lived BC's mission.' Boston Herald | Jesuits.org | America shares the video of his appearance at C21's Agape Latte series earlier this year. | Read a sampling of posts to social media by faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends in this BC Storify.
The late Fouad Ajami, an American academic and public intellectual deemed by many the poet laureate of Middle East Studies, was 'a gem of a scholar' who interpreted the Middle East to his American audiences as 'defined by hybridity, fluidity and diversity,' writes Associate Professor of Near Eastern Studies Franck Salameh. Jerusalem Post