Professor of the Practice of Philosophy
1993-1994 - Boston College Excellence in Teaching Award.
2005: recipient of the Mary Kay Waldron Award for Teaching Excellence
2005: Promoted to Adjunct Associate professor
“The Quest for Authenticity: The Aesthetic Vision of Charles Taylor.” A chapter in Beauty, Art and the Polis. University of Notre Dame for the Maritain Association.
Book Review published in Method: Journal of Lonergan studies, October 1996
Book Review published in Philosophy and Social Criticism Spring of 1998
“Mutilating Desire: Religious Desire and the Whole Human Good”. Published in Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies Spring of 1999
“Option for the Poor: University Mission Statements as a Moral Grammar of Social Conflict.” Published in December issue of “Budhi: A Journal of Ideas and Culture”.
Book Review published in Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies, Spring of 2000
Book Review published in Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies; Spring of 2002
“Through the Looking Glass: Identity and the Ethics of Recognition.” Published in Journal of the interdisciplinary Crossroads Volume 2, Number 1 (April 2005) (Just now brought out in print)
Book Published: University of Toronto Press, March 2008: Meaning and Authenticity Bernard Lonergan and Charles Taylor on the Drama of Authentic Human Existence, by Brian J. Braman
Joyce and Eliot and the function of the city in art.
Aesthetic Conversion and the Romantic Imagination: Ignatius of Loyola and Madam Bovary.
Reworking Paper for publication on Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man and Hegel’s Master Slave Dialectic.