Visiting Research Fellows

Mary Ann Remick Senior Visiting Fellow
 

Through the generous support of Mary Ann Remick, devoted friend of the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture, this fellowship provides for a distinguished senior scholar to spend a year at the Center pursuing full-time research and writing on ethical issues related to the Catholic moral and intellectual tradition.

2017-18 Remick Fellow: John P. O'Callaghan
Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame

 

Past Remick Fellows


Myser Fellow
 

Generously provided by the Myser Family Foundation, the intention of the Myser Fellowship is to bring to the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture a junior scholar with manifest excellence in teaching. The fellowship is open to philosophers and scholars in other areas of the humanities and the social sciences.

2017-18 Myser Fellow: James Mumford
Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, University of Virginia

 

Past Myser Fellows


Past Visiting Research Fellows

Fra' John Eidinow

 

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Fra John Eidinow has been the Director of Studies in Classics at St. Benet's Hall, Oxford, since 2003 and a Fellow of the Hall since 2004. He came to Oxford in 1986 to read Classics at Merton College. He was appointed to a lecturership in Classics at Merton and was later also elected a Bodley Fellow. At St. Benet’s, he teaches all the Latin language and literature papers for Mods and a number of the Latin literature papers in Greats. Fra' Eidinow's research interests are in Latin literature, particularly poetry, of the Republic and early principate. He has written about Horace, Ovid, and Virgil, and is particularly interested in the ways in which poetry interacts with, uses, and reflects aspects of Roman social, political, and literary culture. Currently, Fra' Eidinow is examining two of Horace’s Odes, reading one in the context of Roman agricultural practices, the other in the light of memories of the Civil War. He is Honorary Secretary of the Horatian Society and a member of the Council of the Classical Association. He is also a professed brother (a Knight of Justice) in the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes, and of Malta.

 

Rev. Dave Heney

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Rev. Dave Heney has served as a priest for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles since 1978 and holds a master's degree in counseling from the University of Southern California. He served for 20 years on the governing board of Behavioral Health Center, Psychiatric Hospital, in Alhambra, and for 2 years was the development director for St. John's Seminary in Camarillo. In 2002, he founded the University Series, a multi-parish adult education program during the season of Lent that attracts over 10,000 attendees each year. Father Heney is the author of Motivating Your Parish to Change and Don't Tell Me What to Do!: A Catholic Understanding of Modern Moral Issues. He is currently at work on two practical manuals for priests on parish leadership and adult education.

 

Bharat Ranganathan

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Bharat Ranganathan received his Ph.D. in religious studies in 2014 from Indiana University, where his dissertation work explored our obligations to those in extreme poverty. He also holds an MTS in religion, ethics, and politics from Harvard Divinity School, as well as a B.A. in political science from Case Western Reserve University. In the 2013-14 academic year, he was a fellow of the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study. His work has appeared in the Journal of Religious Ethics, and his research and teaching interests include Christian ethics, moral and political philosophy, and the philosophy of religion.

 

 

Ambassador Maurizio Zanini

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Ambassador Maurizio Zanini is the former Italian ambassador to Ireland and Bolivia. He received his Ph.D. in law from the University of Rome and served in the Italian Diplomatic Service for 39 years. During that time, he served as consul general in Hamburg and as the first counsellor at the Italian embassy in Washington, D.C., among many other posts. Ambassador Zanini was a lieutenant in the Italian Air Force and was awarded the distinction of “Commendatore” in the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, the highest ranking honor and most senior order of the Republic. Recently he has conducted a series of lessons on Italian history and social and political movements at the University for Foreigners in Siena. He is also the author of a book of interviews with Rev. Andrea Forest, the founder of the Sant’Antimo Abbey in Tuscany.