ASCC Speakers List: Catholic Thought

The Arts and the Church
  • "The Arts" by Raymond Arroyo, EWTN, Host of Life on the Rock
  • "The Arts and the Church" by Leonardo Defilippis, Founder of St. Luke Productions
  • "Film, Comedy, and Christian Humanism: Whit Stillman" " by Mark C. Henrie, Senior Editor at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute
  • "Gothic Architecture and Scholasticism" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The Key to the Brescia Casket: Typology and the Early Christian Imagination" by independent scholar Catherine Brown Tkacz
  • "Typology" by independent scholar Catherine Brown Tkacz
Catholic Literature
  • "Catholic Literature" by Joseph Bottum: The Weekly Standard, Books and Arts Editor
  • "The Christian Gifts of J.R.R. Tolkien" by Bradley Birzer Assistant Professor of History at Hillsdale College and Senior Fellow at the Center for the American Idea in Houston 
  • "Dante’s Divine Comedy: Classical Catholic Poetry" by Fr. Joseph Koterski, S.J., Associate Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University
  • "Dante’s Political Vision" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Dante’s Use of Thomistic Thought in the Divine Comedy" by Fr. Joseph Koterski, S.J., Associate Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University
  • "Literature and Religion" by Virgil Nemoianu, William J. Byron Distinguished Professor of Literature and Ordinary Professor of Philosophy at the Catholic University of America and Vice-President of the International Comparative Literature Association 
  • "Literature and the Sacramental Imagination" by C.N. "Sue" Abromaitis, Loyola College in Maryland, Professor of English
  • "Nature and Grace in Dante's Purgatorio" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The Two Percies" by Peter Augustine Lawler, Dana Professor of Government at Berry College
  • "Writing Novels with a Catholic Perspective" by Bud Macfarlane, Jr., MI, Founder and Executive Director of the Mary Foundation, St. Jude Media, CatholiCity.com, and Founder of the Colebrook Society
Catholic Social Teaching
  • "Catholic Social Teaching in Business" by Jean Francois Orsini, President of the St. Antoninus Institute for Catholic Education in Business
  • "Catholic Social Teaching and the Law" by Michael A. Scaperlanda, Gene and Elaine Edwards Family Chair in Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law
  • "The Development of Papal Social Teaching: From Leo XIII to John Paul II" by Fr. Joseph Koterski, S.J., Associate Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University
  • "Human Rights and Human Responsibilities according to the Church’s social teachings" by, Fr. Robert Araujo S.J.: Gonzaga University School of Law, Professor of Law
  • "Immigration" by Michael A. Scaperlanda, Gene and Elaine Edwards Family Chair in Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law
  • "Introduction to Catholic Social Thought" by Mark C. Henrie, Senior Editor at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute
  • "Papal Social Teaching in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Papal Teaching on the Family, the State, and the Social Question" By Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • "The Philosophical Underpinnings of Catholic Social Teaching: Natural Law and Personalism" by Fr. Joseph Koterski, S.J., Associate Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University
  • "What Does Catholic Social Doctrine Have to Teach American Liberalism?" by William Marshner, Professor of Theology at Christendom College
Service
  • "Practical Idealism: Compassion in Action" by Mary Cunningham Agee: The Nurturing Network, President and Founder; Culture of Life Foundation and Institute, Vice Chairman
Catholic Universities/Catholic Education
  • "Academic Freedom and Catholic Identity at Catholic Universities" by David DeWolf, Professor of Law at Gonzaga University School of Law
  • "The Basic Principles of Jesuit Education" by Fr. Michael Maher, S.J., Assistant Professor of History at St. Louis University
  • "A Brief History of How and Why the Jesuits Moved into the Apostolate of Education" by Fr. Michael Maher, S.J., Assistant Professor of History at St. Louis University
  • "A Basic Introduction to the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius and their Foundational Role in Jesuit Education" by Fr. Michael Maher, S.J., Assistant Professor of History at St. Louis University
  • "Cardinal Newman" by Don Briel, Koch Chair in Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas Aquinas, MN.
  • "Catholic Campus Life" by Mary Beth Bonacci, Real Love Productions
  • "Campus Culture: Challenges and Hopes" by Fr. William Watson, S.J., Vice President for Mission at Gonzaga University
  • "Catholic High Schools" By Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • "Catholic Identity on a Catholic Campus" by Larry Chapp, Associate Professor of Theology at DeSales University
  • "The Catholic Law School" By Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • "Catholic Studies" by Don Briel, Koch Chair in Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas Aquinas, MN.
  • "Catholic Universities" by Fr. David O‚Connell, CM, JCD, President of the Catholic University of America
  • "The Catholic University Situation" by Kenneth Whitehead, United States Assistant Secretary of Education for Postsecondary Education (retired)
  • "Catholicism and the Liberal Model of the University in America" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Christianity and Education Today" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Education, Truth, and the Catholic University" By Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • "Ex Corde Ecclesiae" by Fr. David O‚Connell, CM, JCD, President of the Catholic University of America
  • "Ex Corde Ecclesiae: The Beginning, the Vision, The Reality" by Joseph Hagan, President Emeritus of Assumption College, Professor-At-Large at John Cabot University, and Gentleman-in-Waiting to Pope John Paul II
  • "Faith and Justice in Catholic Universities" by Fr. William Watson, S.J., Vice President for Mission at Gonzaga University
  • "The History of Catholic Higher Education in the United States" by Philip Gleason, Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Notre Dame
  • "The History and Nature of Catholic Education" by Don Briel, Koch Chair in Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas Aquinas, MN.
  • "How to Be a Campus Radical" by Mark Shea, Senior Content Editor at Catholic Exchange
  • "Jesuit Education in the United States One Hundred Years Ago" by Fr. Michael Maher, S.J., Assistant Professor of History at St. Louis University
  •  "Maritain and the Idea of a Catholic University" by Gavin T. Colver, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Assumption College
  • "The Medieval Catholic University" by Michael Tkacz, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Gonzaga University
  • "My Twenty Years as President of a Catholic College" by Joseph Hagan, President Emeritus of Assumption College, Professor-At-Large at John Cabot University, and Gentleman-in-Waiting to Pope John Paul II
  • "Newman and Catholic Higher Education" by Don Briel, Koch Chair in Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas Aquinas, MN.
  • "The Origins of Christian Education" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Radical Hope on Campus" by Mark Shea, Senior Content Editor at Catholic Exchange
  • "What Happened to the Catholic University" by Curtis L. Hancock, Joseph M. Freeman Chair of Philosophy at Rockhurst University and President of the Gilson Society for the Advancement of Christian Philosophy
  • Topics in Catholic Catholic/Catholic Education by Fr. C. John McCloskey, Director of the Catholic Information Center, Washington, D.C.
Education (general)
  • "The Campus War Against Faith" by Candace De Russy, Trustee at the State University of New York
  • "The Crisis of Western Education" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The Current State of American Higher Education" by Joseph Hagan, President Emeritus of Assumption College, Professor-At-Large at John Cabot University, and Gentleman-in-Waiting to Pope John Paul II
  • "Deconstructing the University" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Discrimination Against Traditional Religious Believers in the Academy" by Candace De Russy, Trustee at the State University of New York
  • "Liberal Education" by Phillip Goggans, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Seattle Pacific University
  • "The Love of Learning and the Desire for God" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The Moral Imagination, the Economy of Grace, and the Purpose of Education in the Western Tradition" by Bradley Birzer Assistant Professor of History at Hillsdale College and Senior Fellow at the Center for the American Idea in Houston 
  • "Objective Truth and Subjective Education" by Iain T. Benson, Executive Director of the Centre for Culture and Renewal, Barrister and Solicitor
  • "Reform and Reformers in Higher Education" by Curtis L. Hancock, Joseph M. Freeman Chair of Philosophy at Rockhurst University and President of the Gilson Society for the Advancement of Christian Philosophy
  • "The University as Community" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The University and Revolution: The 1960s Agenda for American Higher Education" by Rear Admiral (ret.) Michael Ratliff, Vice President of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute
  • Topics in the Philosophy of Education by Curtis L. Hancock, Joseph M. Freeman Chair of Philosophy at Rockhurst University and President of the Gilson Society for the Advancement of Christian Philosophy 
  • "Why Go to College?" " by Mark C. Henrie, Senior Editor at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute
History
  • "American Catholicism before the Second Vatican Council" by Philip Gleason, Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Notre Dame
  • "American Catholic History in General" by Philip Gleason, Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Notre Dame
  • "Ancient Christianity and Us: The Once and Future Church" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "A Brief History of How and Why the Jesuits Moved into the Apostolate of Education" by Fr. Michael Maher, S.J., Assistant Professor of History at St. Louis University
  • "The Catholic Church and Immigration to the United States" by Philip Gleason, Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Notre Dame
  • "The Chinese Rites Controversy" by Fr. Michael Maher, S.J., Assistant Professor of History at St. Louis University
  • "Christian Philosophy, Christian History: Parallel Ideas" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Christopher Dawson and a Return to Christendom" by Bradley Birzer Assistant Professor of History at Hillsdale College and Senior Fellow at the Center for the American Idea in Houston 
  •  "Choruses from the Ideologues, Fields of Martyrs, and Realities of Hope"(how history will save us from the ideologues) by Bradley Birzer Assistant Professor of History at Hillsdale College and Senior Fellow at the Center for the American Idea in Houston 
  • "Church and State in Historical Perspective" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The Dechristianization of Europe" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  •  "The History of Catholic Higher Education in the United States" by Philip Gleason, Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Notre Dame
  • "A History of the Marian Sodalities and how they were used to implement Jesuit thought and fuller participation in the sacramental life of the Church" by Fr. Michael Maher, S.J., Assistant Professor of History at St. Louis University
  • "The History of Religious Freedom" by Paul Marshall, Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom of Freedom House and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute
  • "History and the Theology of History" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Important Trends in Pre-Vatican II Piety" by Fr. Michael Maher, S.J., Assistant Professor of History at St. Louis University
  • "Jesuit Education in the United States One Hundred Years Ago" by Fr. Michael Maher, S.J., Assistant Professor of History at St. Louis University
  • "Law and History of Abortion" By Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • "Knocking Down the Myths of Catholic History" by Harry Crocker, author of Triumph: The Power and the Glory of the Catholic Church
  • "The Medieval Catholic University" by Michael Tkacz, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Gonzaga University
  • "Medieval Irish History" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The Men of Vatican II" by Fr. Joseph Fessio, S.J., Editor at Ignatius Press and Chancellor of Ave Maria University
  • "The Origins of Christian Education" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The Origins of the Christian View of History" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The Origins of Christian Monasticism" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Sex in the Middle Ages" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
Just War
  • "Are U.S. Military Plans Consistent with Just War?" by Rear Admiral (ret.) Michael Ratliff, Vice President of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute
  • "The Catholic Tradition on Just War" by Curtis L. Hancock, Joseph M. Freeman Chair of Philosophy at Rockhurst University and President of the Gilson Society for the Advancement of Christian Philosophy
  • "Christianity, War, and America" by Thomas West, Professor of Politics at the University of Dallas and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute
  • "Just War: Its Condition, Our Current Situation, and Why it Matters" by Christopher Kaczor, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University
  • "The Just War Tradition" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Peace, War, and the Common Good" by Steven Long, Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Minneapolis
  • "War and Peace" by Curtis L. Hancock, Joseph M. Freeman Chair of Philosophy at Rockhurst University and President of the Gilson Society for the Advancement of Christian Philosophy
Law and Religion
  • "Canon Law" by Fr. David O'Connell, CM, JCD, President of the Catholic University of America
  • "Catholic Social Teaching and the Law" by Michael A. Scaperlanda, Gene and Elaine Edwards Family Chair in Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law
  • "Catholic Perspectives on American Law" by Michael A. Scaperlanda, Gene and Elaine Edwards Family Chair in Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law
  • "Church and State in Historical Perspective" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  •  "Law and History of Abortion" By Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • "Moral Anthropology and American Law" by Michael A. Scaperlanda, Gene and Elaine Edwards Family Chair in Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law
  • "The Relation Between Christian Anthropology and the Law" by Richard Garnett, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame School of Law
  • "Prayer and the Supreme Court" by Charles E. Rice, Professor Emeritus of Law at the University of Notre Dame School of Law and Visiting Professor at the Ave Maria University School of Law
  • "Separating Church and State" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The Supreme Court and the Establishment Clause" by Richard Garnett, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame School of Law
  • "The Supreme Court and the Establishment Clause" by Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • "Understanding Church and State" by Paul Marshall, Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom of Freedom House and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute
  • "Vouchers" by Michael A. Scaperlanda, Gene and Elaine Edwards Family Chair in Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law
  • Topics in Church and State Issues by Michael A. Scaperlanda, Gene and Elaine Edwards Family Chair in Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law
Natural Law
  • "Aquinas‚ Moral Theory: Law, Grace, and Virtue" by Fr. Joseph Koterski, S.J., Associate Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University
  • "Censorship and Natural Law" by Christopher Kaczor, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University
  • "Freedom, Providence, and the Natural Law" by Steven Long, Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Minneapolis
  • "Medical Ethics, Reproductive Technology, and the Natural Law" by Steven Long, Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Minneapolis
  • "Natural Law" by Charles E. Rice, Professor Emeritus of Law at the University of Notre Dame School of Law and Visiting Professor at the Ave Maria University School of Law
  • "Natural Law" by Christopher Kaczor, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University
  • "Natural Law" by J. Budziszewski, Associate Professor of Government and Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin
  • "Natural Law" by Michael Tkacz, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Gonzaga University
  • "Natural Law" by Steven Long, Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Minneapolis
  • "Natural Law Arguments Against Contraception" by Janet Smith, Visiting Professors in Life Issues, Sacred Heart Seminary in Detroit
  • "Natural Law and the Bible" by J. Budziszewski, Associate Professor of Government and Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin
  • "Natural Law Ethics" by Phillip Goggans, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Seattle Pacific University
  • "The Natural Law: Its History, Its Content, and Its Applications" by Fr. Joseph Koterski, S.J., Associate Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University
  • "Natural Law, John Courtney Murray, and the Emergence of an Abortion Culture" by Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • "The Philosophical Underpinnings of Catholic Social Teaching: Natural Law and Personalism" by Fr. Joseph Koterski, S.J., Associate Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University
Philosophy and the Church
  • "21st Century Thomism" by Peter Augustine Lawler, Dana Professor of Government at Berry College
  • "The Analogy of Being from Aquinas to Calvin" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Catholic Philosophy" by Joseph Bottum: The Weekly Standard, Books and Arts Editor
  • "Christian Philosophy, Christian History: Parallel Ideas" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Faith and Reason" by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Eléonore Raoul Professor of the Humanities and Professor of History
  • "Faith and Reason" by Michael Tkacz, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Gonzaga University
  • "Fideism" by Michael Tkacz, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Gonzaga University
  • "How to Argue for God's Existence" by William Marshner, Professor of Theology at Christendom College
  • "Metaphysics and Theology" by Steven Long, Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Minneapolis
  • "Natural Teleology, Form, and Contemporary Positivist Science" by Steven Long, Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Minneapolis
  • "Nature from Aristotle to Ambrose" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The Philosophical background to Pope John Paul II's Personalist Anthropology & Moral Thought" by Jorge Garcia, Professor of Philosophy at Boston College
  • "Philosophy of Religion" by Curtis L. Hancock, Joseph M. Freeman Chair of Philosophy at Rockhurst University and President of the Gilson Society for the Advancement of Christian Philosophy
  • "Philosophy of Science" by Michael Tkacz, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Gonzaga University
  • "Reason and Revelation in Aquinas and Calvin" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The Relevance of Thomism Today" by William Marshner, Professor of Theology at Christendom College
  • "Theology: Queen of the Sciences" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Thomism and Philosophy in the Catholic Tradition" by Steven Long, Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Minneapolis
The Problem of Evil
  • "The Problem of Evil" by Curtis L. Hancock, Joseph M. Freeman Chair of Philosophy at Rockhurst University and President of the Gilson Society for the Advancement of Christian Philosophy
  •  "Why Does and All-Loving God Allow Suffering?" by Camille Di Blasi, President of the Center for Life Principles


Politics

  • "Anti-Family Activities at the U.N." by Mercedes Arzu Wilson, President of the Family of the Americas
  • "The Attacks on the Holy See at the United Nations" by Austin Ruse, President of the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute
  • "The Catholic Vote" by Kellyanne Fitzpatrick Conway, President of the Polling Company
  • "Christian Persecution (in various countries, incl. China, Sudan)" by Nina Shea, Director of the Center for Religious Freedom at Freedom House and Commissioner of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom
  • "Christian Political Thought" by Paul Marshall, Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom of Freedom House and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute
  • "Christianity and American Politics" by Paul Marshall, Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom of Freedom House and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute"Church and State in Historical Perspective" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The City in Christian Thought" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The Concept of Christian Civilization" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Dante's Political Vision" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "Francesco de Vitoria and Pre-Enlightenment Human Rights Politics" by John Evans, Professor of English at Arizona State University
  • "Free Speech" By Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • "The Future of Religious Freedom Internationally" by Paul Marshall, Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom of Freedom House and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute
  • "The King's Good Servants, But God's First: The Mission of Catholic Politicians" by Leon Suprenant, President of Catholics United for the Faith
  • "Papal Teaching on the Family, the State, and the Social Question" By Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • "Principles of a Good Political Order" By Stephen M. Krason, President of the Society of Catholic Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • "Reason and Revelation in the American Founding" by Thomas West, Professor of Politics at the University of Dallas and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute
  • "Religious Freedom Worldwide" by Paul Marshall, Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom of Freedom House and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute
  • "Separating Church and State" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah 
  • "Socialist Man: An Intellectual Profile" by Jude P. Dougherty, Dean Emeritus of the School of Philosophy at the Catholic University of America
  • "Truth, Authority, and Pluralism" by Glenn Olsen, Professor of History at the University of Utah
  • "The U.N.'s Threat to Life, Faith, and Family" by Austin Ruse, President of the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute
  • "United Nations Social Policy" by Austin Ruse, President of the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute
  • "U.S. Policy on Religious Freedom" by Nina Shea, Director of the Center for Religious Freedom at Freedom House and Commissioner of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom
  • "What Does Catholic Social Doctrine Have to Teach American Liberalism?" by William Marshner, Professor of Theology at Christendom College
  • "The Worldwide Persecution of Christians" by Paul Marshall, Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom of Freedom House and Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute
Topics in Politics
  • Curtis L. Hancock, Joseph M. Freeman Chair of Philosophy at Rockhurst University and President of the Gilson Society for the Advancement of Christian Philosophy
  •  Deal Hudson, Editor and Publisher of Crisis Magazine
Religious Freedom/Freedom of Conscience
  • "The Kinds of Pluralism and Their Effects on Religious Freedom" by Iain T. Benson, Executive Director of the Centre for Culture and Renewal, Barrister and Solicitor
  • "The Protection of the Religious and Conscientious Beliefs of Health Care Professionals"  by Iain T. Benson, Executive Director of the Centre for Culture and Renewal, Barrister and Solicitor
Globalization
  •  "Globalization" by Fr. Robert Araujo S.J.: Gonzaga University School of Law, Professor of Law
 
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