Arts and Sciences Distinguished Faculty
Mary C. Erler, PhD, is a Distinguished Professor of English. Research and Teaching Interests: Medieval and early modern literature; women's reading and book ownership; early English printing.
Elizabeth A. Johnson, CSJ, is a Distinguished Professor of Theology. Research interests are systematic theology, feminist theology, ecological theology.
Maryanne Kowaleski, PhD, has been named the Joseph Fitzpatrick, SJ Professor of Social Science. Dr. Kowaleski is a professor of History and Medieval Studies and Director of the Center for Medieval Studies. She specializes in medieval economic and social history; women and family; urban history; maritime history; England.
Lawrence Kramer, PhD, is a Distinguished Professor of English and Music. Editor, 19th- century music. His work concerns the interrelations of literature, music, and culture. He is a composer whose works have been performed internationally.
Dominick Salvatore, PhD, is a Distinguished Professor and chair of Economics, and Director of the PhD Program in Economics.
Merold Westphal, PhD, is a Distinguished Professor in Philosophy. Dr. Westphal's philosophical interests are in Continental philosophy from Kant to the present.
Our Endowed Chairs can be found on the master list.