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Professor Linda Hogan

Professor of Ecumenics (Irish School of Ecumenics)


 Visioning 21st Century Ecumenism: Diversity, Dialogue & Reconciliation
 Interreligious Ethics and the Cultural Dynamics of Globalisation
 Health Policy Formation in a Christian Culture with Religious Minorities

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Irish Council for Bioethics, Member, 2005
Editorial Board, Feminist Theory 2004
Editorial Board, Journal of Religious Ethics 2006
Editorial Board, Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics (USA) 2006
Arts and Humanities Research Board Peer Review College, UK, Member 2005
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Society of Christian Ethics, USA
Association of Teachers Moral Theology Britain and Ireland (Secretary of British Association, 1998 - 2001)
American Academy of Religion
Society for the Study of Christian Ethics, UK
Society for Women in Philosophy
Irish Theological Association (Committee Member 1993 - 1996)
International Association for Catholic Social Thought (Founding Member and Executive Committee Member)
European Society of Women for Theological Research (Irish Representative 1996 - 1999)
European Society for Catholic Theology
European Society for Catholic Social Thought(Founding Member and Executive Committee Member). This association brings theologians, politicians, policy makers and academics from the field of sociology, economics and politics together.)
European Ethics Network
The Role of Religion in Building Political Communities in, editor(s)Cramner, Hill, Kenny & Sandberg , The Confluence of Law and Religion, Cambridge UK, Cambridge University Press, 2016, pp235 - 246, [Linda Hogan], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Linda Hogan, Keeping Faith With Human Rights , Washington DC, Georgetown University Press , 2015, 1 - 240pp, Book, PUBLISHED
Linda Hogan & Agbonkhianmghe Orobator., Feminist Catholic Theological Ethics, New York, Orbis, 2014, 1 - 288pp, Book, PUBLISHED
(c) Chapters contributed to books in, editor(s)Adrian Thatcher , The Oxford Handbook of Theology, Sexuality and Gender, , Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014, pp323 - 339, [Linda Hogan], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Linda Hogan, Human Rights and the Ethics of Peace: The Contribution of Pacem in Terris', Jahrbuch für Christliche Sozialwissenschaften, 55, 2014, p43 - 57, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Linda Hogan, 'Formative and Transformative: Charles Curran's Contribution to Theological Ethics, Journal of Religious Ethics, 40, (3), 2013, p355 - 375, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Linda Hogan, 'The Ethical Imagination and the Anatomy of Change: A Perspective from Social Ethics, Proceedings from the Catholic Theological Society of America, 68, 2013, p18 - 30, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
From World Mission to Interreligious Witness Concilium, Special Issue, , 2011, 1, (2011), 1 - 123p, Linda Hogan, Norbert Hintersteiner, [eds.], Notes: [published in English by SCM Canterbury Press; in German by Matthias-Grunewald-Verlag; in Italian by Editrice Queriniana;, in Portuguese by Editoria Vozes; in Spanish by Editorial Verbo Divino; and in Croatian by Ex libris and Synopsis.], Journal, PUBLISHED
Linda Hogan, The Clerical Sex Abuse Crisis: Ireland and Beyond, Theological Studies, 72, (1), 2011, p170 - 186, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Linda Hogan & John May, Visioning Ecumenics as Intercultural, Interreligious, and Public Theology, Concilium, 2011, (1), 2011, p70 - 84, Journal Article, PUBLISHED

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Looking to the Future in, editor(s)Michael Hurley , Floreat ut Pereat, Dublin, Columba, 2008, pp213 - 230, [Linda Hogan], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Hogan L., International Crosscultural Network of Catholic Theological Ethicists, 2006, Padua, Notes: [Inaugural Conference], Meetings /Conferences Organised, IN_PRESS
Hogan L., Challenging the Logic of Violence Beyond Violent Futures: Cultivating Peace, Centre for Ecumenical Studies, Sydney and Melbourne Colleges of Divinity, 2005, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Hogan L., Hauerwas S. and McDonagh E., The Case for the Abolition of War in the 21st Century, Society for Christian Ethics, Miami, Florida, 2005, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Hogan L., Review of Moral Wisdom, Lessons and Texts from the Catholic Tradition, by James F. Keenan , The Tablet, 2005, p21-22 , Review, PUBLISHED
Hogan L., May J. D., Gender and Culture as Dimensions of Bodiliness, Centre for Intercultural Ethics, Faculty of Theology University of Tilburg, November, 2004, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Hogan L., May J. D., Gender and Culture as Dimensions of Bodiliness, The Helder Camara Lectures, Melbourne and Sydney, Australia, July, 2004, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Hogan L., The Appropriation of Human Rights Language in Christian Social Ethics, Association of Moral Theologians Britain and Ireland, May, 2004, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Hogan L., Living with Contradictions: Disagreement and Dialogue in the Church, Quest Digest, 3, 2004, p22 - 25, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Hogan L., Religions and the Politics of Peace and Conflict, June 2004, 2004, Dublin, Irish School of Ecumenics, Meetings /Conferences Organised, PUBLISHED


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Fellow of Trinity College Dublin
Social and political ethics; the ethics of human rights; the ethics of gender; Christian ethics; religion in the public square