Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology

New Fellows to be Inducted at 2020 Convocation

Please join us in welcoming three new members to the College of Fellows at the 2020 Convocation.

Paolo Carozza, PhD

Paolo Carozza is the director of the Kellogg Institute for International Studies and professor of law and concurrent professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame. He focuses his research on Latin America, Western Europe, and international themes more broadly.

His current research revolves around the relationships between law, human rights, education, and integral human development. Formerly the director of Notre Dame’s Center for Civil and Human Rights, he directed its doctoral program in international human rights law for a decade.

A member of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (2006–10), Carozza served as its president in 2008–09. He has served the Holy See in various capacities and was appointed by Pope Francis in 2016 to be a member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.

Michael Grace, KM

Michael Grace is the current President of the Western Association, USA, Sovereign Order of Malta. He is a partner in the Los Angeles law firm, Grace & Grace LLP, which specializes in intellectual property and business litigation. He previously headed the intellectual property practice groups in Los Angeles at Latham & Watkins and at Greenberg, Glusker, Fields, Claman & Machtinger, LLP. He was elected to the Board of Governors at Thomas Aquinas College in October 2004.

Anna Moreland

Anna Moreland is an Associate Professor in the Department of Humanities at Villanova University. Her interests lie in faith and reason, medieval theology with an emphasis on Thomas Aquinas, the theology of religious pluralism, and comparative theology, especially between Christianity and Islam.  She is the author of Known by Nature: Thomas Aquinas on Natural Knowledge of God and she is working on a book on prophecy in Christianity and Islam.

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