In a world where hate-motivated violence continues to plague our communities, how can people of faith act effectively to bring about a more peaceful and accepting world? Join us for the semester’s first Lavender Lunch as Dr. Lisa Fullam of the Jesuit School of Theology discusses the ethical responsibilities of people of faith in speaking out against violence. A follow up to last year’s groundbreaking program on countering anti-LGBT and other hate motivated violence, Dr. Fullam will share how restorative justice may provide a foundation for our actions.
Dr. Fullam is Assistant Professor of Moral Theology at the Jesuit School of Theology . She teaches courses such as Fundamental Moral Theology, Sexual Ethics, Catholic Social Teaching and Virtue Ethics. Dr. Fullam's research interests include virtue ethics, Thomas Aquinas, medical and bioethics, and the relationship of spirituality and ethics.