GSAS Jesuit Pedagogy Seminar Organizers

Michael Baur

Michael Baur is Associate Professor in Fordham's Philosophy Department and Adjunct Professor at Fordham Law School. He serves as Director of Fordham's Natural Law Colloquium, and as Secretary of the Hegel Society of America. He is also series editor of the "Cambridge Hegel Translations" series for Cambridge University Press. He has published on a variety of thinkers (including Aristotle, Aquinas, Kant, Fichte, Hegel, Heidegger, C.S. Peirce, H.L.A. Hart, and John Finnis) and on a variety of topics (including the philosophy of law, German Idealism, American pragmatism, and contemporary continental thought).

Professor Firer Hinze

Christine Firer-Hinze is Professor of Theology and Director of the Francis and Ann Curran Center for American Catholic Studies at Fordham University. Her teaching and research focus on foundational and applied issues in Christian social ethics with special emphasis on Catholic social thought, economic and work justice, women and families. Her scholarly essays have appeared in the Journal of Religious Ethics,Theological Studies, The Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics,The Journal of Catholic Social Thought, and Studies in Christian Ethic, and she is the author of Comprehending Power in Christian Social Ethics (Oxford, 1995) and Glass Ceilings & Dirt Floors: Women, Work, and the Global Economy (Madeleva Lecture Series, Paulist, 2015).

Moshe Gold

Moshe Gold, Associate Professor of English, researches and teaches courses in pedagogy, writing, critical theory, James Joyce, modernism, and film. He has published in Representations, Symploke, ELT, Criticism, Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, Joyce Studies Annual , James Joyce Quarterly, and has essays in Levinas and Medieval Literature, Joycean Possibilities: A Margot Norris LegacyOf Elephants and Toothaches: Ethics, Politics, and Religion in Krzysztof Kieslowski’s ‘Decalogue.’ In addition, he has co-edited and contributed to the volume Of Levinas and Shakespeare: ‘To See Another Thus.’