Bryan Massingale

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin United States

Institution:
Marquette University

Position:
Faculty/Administrator

Academic Position:
Professor of Theological Ethics

Prior Education Background:
S.T.D., Academia Alphonsianum, 1991 S.T.L., The Catholic University of America, 1988 M.Div., Saint Francis Seminary, 1983 B.A., Marquette University, 1979

Email Address:
bryan.massingale@marquette.edu

Link to personal website or University Profile:
http://www.marquette.edu/theology/massingale.shtml

Recent Publications:
"Racial Justice and the Catholic Church," (Orbis Books, 2010). “Malcolm X and the Limits of ‘Authentically Black and Truly Catholic:’ A Research Project in Black Radicalism and Black Catholic Faith,” Journal of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium 5 (2011) “A Parallel That Limps: The Rhetoric of Slavery in the Pro-Life Discourse of U.S. Bishops,” in Nicholas P. Cafardi, ed., Voting and Holiness: Catholic Perspectives on Political Participation (Paulist Press, 2012) “The Systemic Erasure of the Black/Dark-Skinned Body in Catholic Ethics,” in James F. Keenan, ed., Catholic Theological Ethics Past, Present, and Future: The Trento Conference (Orbis Books, 2011) "Vox Victimarum Vox Dei: Malcolm X as Neglected 'Classic' for Catholic Theological Reflection," CTSA Proceedings 65 (2010) "Cyprian Davis and the Black Catholic Intellectual Vocation," U.S Catholic Historian 28 (Winter 2010).

Professional Activities and Affiliations:
Catholic Theological Society of America (former president); Black Catholic Theological Symposium (past convener); Society of Christian Ethics; Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics (editorial board); Journal of Moral Theology (editorial board), CTEWC North American Regional Committee

Research Interests:

  • Fundamental moral theology
  • Social ethics
  • Sexual ethics
  • Race

Past Events:

  • Trent 2010

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