Art & Religion at the GTU: Faculty Spotlight with Dr. Kathryn Barush

Department of Historical and Cultural Studies of Religion, Art & Religion, Consortial Faculty, Graduate Theological Union. Dr. Kathryn Barush is the Thomas E. Bertelsen Jr. Associate Professor of Art History and Religion at the Jesuit School of Theology and Graduate Theological Union. Read more on her Faculty Page. Why is it important to you that… Read More Art & Religion at the GTU: Faculty Spotlight with Dr. Kathryn Barush

Art & Religion at the GTU: Faculty Spotlight with Fr. Anselm Ramelow, OP

Department of Historical and Cultural Studies of Religion, Art & Religion, Consortial Faculty, Graduate Theological Union. Fr. Anselm Ramelow, OP is a Professor of Philosophy and the Philosophy Department Chair at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology. His classes combine dialogue, Socratic questioning and lecture for an engaging and intellectual structure. Anselm seeks to awaken the… Read More Art & Religion at the GTU: Faculty Spotlight with Fr. Anselm Ramelow, OP

Art & Religion at the GTU: Faculty Spotlight with Dr. Thomas Cattoi

Department of Historical and Cultural Studies of Religion, Art & Religion, Consortial Faculty, Graduate Theological Union. Dr. Thomas Cattoi is Associate Professor of Christology and Cultures and the Dwan Family Endowed Chair in Ecumenical and Interfaith Dialogue at the Jesuit School of Theology. Dr. Cattoi joined the Jesuit School faculty in August 2006 after completing… Read More Art & Religion at the GTU: Faculty Spotlight with Dr. Thomas Cattoi

Art & Religion at the GTU: Faculty Spotlight with Chris Renz, OP

Department of Historical and Cultural Studies of Religion, Art & Religion, Consortial Faculty, Graduate Theological Union. Christopher J. Renz, OP is a Professor of Liturgical Studies and Science & Theology and Director of Institutional Research at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology. His background as a scientist provides a lens through which he views… Read More Art & Religion at the GTU: Faculty Spotlight with Chris Renz, OP

‘Virtual’ Pilgrimage as Embodied Experience

As many of us have been staying at home to flatten the curve of the novel coronavirus, opportunities for travel through images, words, and even high-tech visualizations of architectural interiors have cropped up all over the internet.  Our home computers have become portals to other worlds, with opportunities for the imagination to be activated through… Read More ‘Virtual’ Pilgrimage as Embodied Experience

CARe on the road! Trip to the DeYoung & Global Museum

Last Thursday, CARe set out across the bridge to visit our friends from the Thacher Gallery at USF. Together, we were meeting to discuss an exciting up-coming exhibition that we’re developing collaboratively. Our meeting venue? The beautiful DeYoung Museum. Upon arriving at the museum, we headed straight to the spacious conservation labs, where we were… Read More CARe on the road! Trip to the DeYoung & Global Museum