IFCU International Discussion on “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion” led by Seton Hall faculty
On April 29th 2022, Director of Catholic Studies at Setton Hall (USA) Ines Murzaku, Ph.D., hosted and moderated a discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion as part of the programming of the IFCU’s working group on how the Catholic Intellectual Tradition can be integrated into curriculum for all disciplines.
At the meeting, Justin Anderson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Moral Theology at Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology, presented his current research that represents a Catholic view of diversity.
Murzaku represents Seton Hall University in the leadership role of this intercontinental IFCU working group. In attendance at the meeting were university professors and administrators from the United States, Canada, Belgium, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Israel, Scotland, Mexico and other nations. Seton Hall University—in particular, through its Catholic Studies Program—is considered a model of the effective integration of the Church’s dialogue with disciplines such as history, philosophy, diplomacy, the sciences, and more. Interdisciplinarity is at the heart of a holistic understanding of the roots of the authentic appreciation of diversity in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.
Upcoming discussions of this working group will focus on the theme of “The Identity of the Catholic School for a Culture of Dialogue,” a topic of high importance given current realities of the academic experience and the Vatican’s March 29, 2022, bulletin of this title.
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