Table of Contents for
The Promise of Critical Theology: Essays in Honour of Charles Davis, edited by Marc P. Lalonde
1. Theology for Tomorrow |
2. For Whom Do We Write? The Responsibility of the Theologian |
3. The Path Marked Out by Charles Davis’ Critique of Political Theology |
4. Pluralism, Conflict and the Structure of the Public Good |
5. Welcoming the Other |
6. Charles Davis and the “Warm Current” of Critical Theology |
Charles Davis: A Selected Bibliography of his Work |
Daniel Cere completed his PhD with Charles Davis in 1990, and is currently director of Catholic Studies, Newman Centre, McGill University, Montreal.
Charles Davis, one-time professor of Fundamental and Dogmatic Theology at St. Edmund’s College, Ware, England, taught in the Department of Religion, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, from 1970 to 1991. Charles Davis was also Principal of Lonergan University College, Montreal, beginning in 1987. He is now Professor Emeritus at Concordia University, and resides in Cambridge, England, with his family.
Marsha Ailleen Hewitt is a former student of Charles Davis, and now teaches at Trinity College, University of Toronto. She is the author of From Theology to Social Theory: Juan Luis Segundo and the Theology of Liberation and Critical Theory of Religion: A Feminist Analysis.
Paul Lakeland is Professor of Religious Studies at Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut. A former member of the Society of Jesus, Professor Lakeland is the author of two works on political theology, as well as Theology and Critical Theory: The Discourse of the Church. He is also coeditor of the new Fortress Press series, Guides to Theological Inquiry.
Marc P. Lalonde is a former student of Charles Davis. He has published articles in Journal of the American Academy of Religion and Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses, among others. He has been undertaking postdoctoral studies at the Catholic University of Leuven, Concordia University, and St. Paul University, Ottawa.
Dennis P. McCann is the author of Christian Realism and Liberation Theology: Practical Theologies in Creative Conflict and New Experiment in Democracy: The Challenge for American Catholicism. He teaches at De Paul University, Chicago.
Kenneth R. Melchin of St. Paul University, Ottawa, previously studied with Charles Davis in Montreal. He is the author of History, Ethics and Emergent Probability: Ethics, Society and History in the Work of Bernard Lonergan.
Michael Oppenheim teaches modern Jewish philosophy at Concordia University, Montreal, and is the author of What Does Revelation Mean for the Modern Jew? Rosenzweig, Buber, Fackenheim and Mutual Upholding: Fashioning Jewish Philosophy through Letters.