The Peirre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J. Fellowship in Catholic Studies is a visiting fellowship in the fall semester for invited scholars from across disciplines and from around the world, whose work intersects with the rich intellectual, artistic, and historical tradition of Roman Catholicism.
Each fall, the Teilhard de Chardin Fellow will offer one (1) upper-level, undergraduate course in the area of her or his specialization in conjunction with the Catholic Studies Minor program. In addition to this course, the Teilhard de Chardin Fellow will also offer two public lectures each fall, which will reflect upon the connection each fellow sees between their work and the Catholic intellectual tradition.
For more information on each of the Hank Center's Teilhard de Chardin Fellows—past and present—please take a look at the links below.
|Ann Astell, Ph.D.||Peirre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J. Fellow in Catholic Studies (Fall 2015)
Professor of Theology (University of Notre Dame)
|Cuneo Hall, Room 434|
|George W. Drance, S.J.||Peirre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J. Fellow in Catholic Studies (Fall 2014)||Cuneo Hall, Room 434|