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1:30pm [1:30pm] Contemplation and Ecological Action: Tenderness and Justice in Laudato Si
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The William H. Shannon Chair in Catholic Studies presents: Christiana Z. Peppard Contemplation and Ecological Action: Tenderness and Justice in Laudato Si’ April 6, 2017 ~ 7:00 p.m. Forum, Otto Shults Community Center Fresh Water Is a Human Right April 7, 2017 ~ 1:30 p.m. Linehan Chapel, Golisano Academic Center “The difference between clean water and dirty water is a living, material reality for many people worldwide . . . . The biggest distinction in today’s world might very well be between those people who know what toil it is to gather water, and those who have no idea.” ~ Christiana Z. Peppard About Christiana Z. Peppard . . . An expert on the ethics of fresh water and problems of climate change, social justice, and sustainability, Christiana Z. Peppard is an assistant professor of theology, science, and ethics at Fordham University. Her research engages religious environmental ethics at the intersection of Catholic social teaching, ecological anthropology, natural law theory, and the scientific fields of hydrology and geology. Peppard is the author of Just Water: Theology, Ethics, and the Global Water Crisis (2014), which analyzes global fresh water scarcities and mobilizes resources from Catholic social teaching toward a constructive project of water ethics. She is co-editor of Just Sustainability: Ecology, Technology, and Resource Extraction (2015), a volume that draws together nearly 30 contributors from approximately 20 countries and six continents in order to generate truly global, yet representatively local, perspectives on the structures and theological/ethical relations that contribute to environmental change in the present day. In 2013, she received the Catherine Mowry LaCugna Award from the Catholic Theological Society of America. As both public intellectual and public/social media educator, she stimulates discussion of environmental issues in venues such as TED-Ed, The New Republic, Public Radio International, The Washington Post, MSNBC, and CNN.com. Christine Bochen Professor of Religious Studies William H. Shannon Chair in Catholic Studies 585-389-2728 cbochen4@naz.edu https://www2.naz.edu/shannon-lecture/shannon-chair-catholic-studies/

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