Phone: (504) 866-8793
Director: Ronna Burger
Secretary: Nancy Tatarski
Myra Clare Rogers Memorial Chapel:
1229 Broadway St.
New Orleans, LA 70118
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April 4, 2013 - 7 p.m. - Rogers Memorial Chapel
Thomas Hibbs, who received his PhD from the University of Notre Dame, is Distinguished Professor of Ethics & Culture and Dean of the Honors College at Baylor University. He oversees several interdisciplinary programs and has taught courses in medieval philosophy and contemporary virtue ethics as well as philosophy and popular culture. In addition to his scholarly work, he reviews films and writes on contemporary cultural issues. Prof. Hibbs’ books include Virtue’s Splendor: Wisdom, Prudence, and the Human Good (2001), Aquinas, Ethics, and Philosophy of Religion (2007), Arts of Darkness: American Noir and the Lost Code of Redemption (2008), and Shows about Nothing: Nihilism in Popular Culture (2012).
Lectures are in the Myra Clare Rogers Memorial Chapel, Newcomb Campus of Tulane University, 1229 Broadway. They are open to the University community and public at no charge. For further information call 504-866-8793 or e-mail email@example.com.
We are very sad to announce the passing, within just a few months of one another, of Frank Birtel (September 1, 2011) and Father Val McInnes (November 22, 2011). Dr. Birtel was a Professor in the Mathematics Department at Tulane, later University Provost, and Father McInnes was originally Chaplain of the Tulane Catholic Center.Working together to found the Judeo-Christian Studies Chair in 1979, they co-directed the prestigious lecture series since then and published a series of volumes based on it.The continuing program is their legacy.
Obituary for Professor Birtel
Obituary for Father McInnes
Prof. Ronna Burger, Chair of the Department of Philosophy, is the Catherine and Henry J. Gaisman Chair in Judeo-Christian Studies. This chair was endowed through a generous gift of Catherine and Henry J. Gaisman. Prof. Burger’s intellectual path has taken her from an early interest in the Bible and its interpretation to Greek philosophy and most recently to the question of the relation between them. This path is reflected in her scholarly pursuits and her teaching at Tulane, where she has found an intellectual home for over three decades.
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