Contributions: Gerald J. Beyer
Gerald J. Beyer is Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at Villanova University. He is the author of Recovering Solidarity: Lessons from Poland’s Unfinished Revolution.
Contributions: Alison Colis Greene
Alison Colis Greene is Associate Professor of American Religious History at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology. She is author of No Depression in Heaven: The Great Depression, the New Deal, and the Transformation of Religion in the Delta (Oxford University Press, 2016), which won the Charles S. Sydnor Award of the Southern Historical Association and was named a CHOICE
Contributions: Christine Firer Hinze
Christine Firer Hinze is Professor of Theology and Director of the Francis and Ann Curran Center for American Catholic Studies at Fordham University.
Contributions: Kathleen Holscher
Kathleen Holscher is Associate Professor of American Studies and Religious Studies, and holds the endowed chair in Roman Catholic Studies at the University of New Mexico. She is the author of Religious Lessons: Catholic Sisters and the Captured Schools Crisis in New Mexico (Oxford University Press, 2012).
Contributions: Michael Naughton
Michael Naughton is Director of the Center for Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas where he holds the Koch Chair in Catholic Studies and is a full professor in the department of Catholic Studies. Author, co-author, and co-editor of ten books and over fi fty articles, he also serves as board chair for Reell Precision Manufacturing.
Contributions: Michael Pirson
Michael Pirson is the Loschert Chair of Social Entrepreneurship and Associate Professor of Leading People and Organizations at The Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University. He co- founded the Humanistic Management Network, the International Humanistic Management Association, and is the editor of the Humanistic Management Journal. Pirson is a full member of the Club of Rome, chair of the Academy of Management MSR interest group, chair of the Leading People and Organization Area, and leads a number of initiatives to transform business and management to protect dignity and promote well-being.
Contributions: Nicholas K. Rademacher
Nicholas Rademacher is Professor of Religious Studies at Cabrini University. He is co-editor of American Catholic Studies and founding co-editor of Praxis: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Faith and Justice. His book Paul Hanly Furfey: Priest, Scientist, Social Reformer (Fordham University Press, 2017) will provide readers with a more comprehensive treatment of many of the themes that he addresses in his essay in the present volume.
Contributions: John C. Seitz
John C. Seitz is a scholar of U.S. religion. He serves as Associate Professor in the Department of Theology and as an Associate Director for the Francis and Ann Curran Center for American Catholic Studies at Fordham University.
Contributions: Vincent Stanley
Vincent Stanley co- author with Yvon Chouinard of The Responsible Company, has been with Patagonia on and off since its beginning in 1973, for many of those years in key executive roles as head of sales or marketing. He currently serves as the company’s director of philosophy, is a resident fellow at the Yale Center for Business and Environment, and a visiting executive at INSEAD in Fontainebleau. He is also a poet (Paid Notices) whose work has appeared in the Best American Poetry series.
Contributions: Sandra Sullivan-Dunbar
Sandra Sullivan-Dunbar is Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at Loyola University Chicago, where she specializes in feminist ethics and Christian social ethics. She is the author of Human Dependency and Christian Ethics (Cambridge University Press, 2017)
Contributions: Kirstin Swinth
Kirstin Swinth is Professor of History and American Studies at Fordham University. She is the author of Feminism’s Forgotten Fight: The Unfinished Struggle for Work and Family (Harvard University Press, 2018) and Painting Professionals: Women Artists and the Development of Modern American Art, 1870–1930 (University of North Carolina Press, 2001). Recipient of Mellon, ACLS, and Getty fellowships, Swinth is currently at work on a new book, The Rise of the Working Family: A Story of Promise, Peril, and Working Mothers at the Breaking Point, 1975–2020.
Contributions: Sandra Waddock
Sandra Waddock is Galligan Chair of Strategy, Carroll School Scholar of Corporate Responsibility, and Professor of Management at Boston College’s Carroll School of Management. Winner of numerous awards, including a 2017 PRME Pioneer Award, she has published over 150 papers and 13 books, including Healing the World (Routledge/Greenleaf, 2017) and Intellectual Shamans (Cambridge University Press, 2014).