Conversations is published twice-yearly to coincide with the start of the fall and spring semesters. First, each issue is written to stimulate the campus dialogue – through departmental discussions or faculty symposiums – on the pursuit of various ideals. Second, through our various departments – feature articles, forums, book reviews, reports, and Talking Back – we want to keep the conversation going to build on the progress we have made. Our members, representing various institutions and disciplines, visit three colleges and universities a year and listen to groups of faculty and students in order to decide the themes for each issue. Articles are solicited from across the country to explore many varied topics, from the core curriculum and hiring for mission to global vision, social media and diversity.
The Ignatian Witness to Truth in a Climate of Injustice
Bryan N. Massingale
Engaged Scholarship Methods for Positive Social Change
Against Manufactured Truth: Fostering Respect for a Complex and Ambiguous Relity
Loss of Trust: How Did We Get Here? How Do We Move Forward?
The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation: An Opportunity for Depth
Patrick Howell S.J.
Book Review of Come to Believe, by Stephen N. Katsouros, S.J.
Edward W. Schmidt S.J.
Book Notice of Emmaus: The Nature of the Way by Chris Yates