Welcome to episode 12 of the Daily Theology Podcast! This edition features Steve Okey’s conversation with Prof. Matt Shadle of Marymount University. This episode was recorded late this past summer and features the return of phone interviews! In their conversation, they talk about how 9/11 shaped Matt’s interest in ethics and Catholic Social Teaching, the importance of history for doing ethics, and how postmodernism shapes our students and our teaching.
Matthew Shadle is an Associate Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at Marymount University in Arlington, VA. He was previously an Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Theology at Loras College in Dubuque, IA. He earned his BA from Hendrix College and his MA and PhD from the University of Dayton. His research has focused especially on war and peace ethics as well as Catholic Social Teaching and economics. He is the author of The Origins of War: A Catholic Perspective (Georgetown University Press, 2011), which is part of the Moral Traditions series. He has also published articles in the journals Political Theology, Horizons, and Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics. You can also find his work on the Catholic Moral Theology and Political Theology Today blogs.
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