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Curran Center News

Curran Center students and faculty do outstanding work in their fields and programs of study. Here are a few highlights of our recent work, with links to more comprehensive news on the left.

  • Christine Firer Hinze, Director of the Curran Center, will organize the Catholic Theological Society of America's 2020 annual convention as the society's president-elect. In 2020-21, she will serve as president of the CTSA, which is the largest society of Catholic theologians in the world.

  • Associate Director Angela Alaimo O'Donnell has two books coming out in 2020-- Radical Ambivalence: Race in Flannery O'Connor (Fordham University Press), and Andalusian Hours (Paraclete Press), a collection of poems channeling the voice of Flannery O'Connor.

  • Victora Pascullo (2019), a CACS concentrator and our student worker for several years, will begin at Fordham Law School in the fall. Before graduation, she was inducted into four honors society and received the Theta Alpha Kappa chapter award for excellence in Theology. During her time at Fordham, she held internships at the White House in the Office of the Vice President, and at the Nassau County District Attorney's Office.