Justice in Thomistic Ethics: A Graduate Colloquium

February 1, 2021

Dominican House of Studies | Washington, D.C.

A graduate colloquium on Justice in Thomistic Ethics with Dr. Thomas Hibbs. The graduate colloquia are a new initiative of the TI intended to give a selection of emerging scholars from different PhD programs an opportunity to meet and work with other younger scholars that share their interests, and to benefit from the wisdom and formation of a senior scholar.

July 18 - July 24, 2021

About the Speaker:

Thomas Hibbs has been President of the University of Dallas since 2019. Previously, he served as distinguished Professor of Ethics & Culture and Dean of the Honors College at Baylor University. He is the author of books including Virtue's Splendor: Wisdom, Prudence, and the Human Good and Shows About Nothing, one of two books of his about film. His two most recent books are Wagering on an Ironic God: Pascal on Faith and Philosophy and Laudato Si: Nihilism, Beauty, and God (forthcoming, University of Notre Dame Press). He also has written on film, culture, books and higher education in publications including Books and Culture, Christianity Today, First Things, and The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Students currently enrolled in PhD programs in relevant disciplines are welcome to apply.

Successful applicants will receive a full tuition scholarship and room and board for the duration of the conference.  A limited number of travel scholarships are also available for select students who do not have access to institutional funding for travel.

Please visit https://thomisticinstitute.org/upcoming-events/graduate-colloquium-justice to apply.



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