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Fall 2012 "DSPT: Engaging Faithfully" by Fr. Michael Sweeney, OP, President DSPT
Winter 2012 "Keys to Divine Action: Thomas Aquinas and Contemporary Science" by Fr. Michael Dodds, OP, Professor of Philosophy and Theology
Winter 2011 "Theology: Speaking About God" by Fr. Bryan Kromholtz, OP, Assistant Professor of Theology
Winter 2010 "Reading Doctor Zhivago by Boris Pasternak" by Fr. Albert Paretsky, OP, Associate Professor of Biblical Studies
Spring 2009 Faith in Human Rights by Sr. Marianne Farina, CSC, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Theology
Call for Papers
We invite submission of papers that reflect the mission statement of DSPT, especially in terms of the engagement with contemporary scholarship and culture using the tradition of classical philosophy and Catholic theology.
Topics may include, but are not limited to: The application of the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas to a contemporary issue; Focus upon developments in the academy that are pertinent to issues of faith and culture; Philosophical, theological, scriptural contributions to understanding social, cultural issues; The impact of the culture upon developments in theology, philosophy, scriptural study.
Papers should be sent via e-mail to .
Papers are limited to 3,500 words. They should be double spaced and typed in 12-point, standard, Times New Roman font. Citations should be included as endnotes and must include complete citation information, following Turabian standards. When titles are cited for the first time, the full reference should be provided; subsequent references to a previously cited title are provided with author and short title.
Papers should be accompanied by a short (100 words) biographical note about the author.