March 12, 2015 STAFF/STU

Today: “Educating Cleveland’s Catholic Women 1940-Present”

Dr. Brenda Wirkus has taught at John Carroll University for over 30 years. In addition to serving as a Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Master of Arts in Humanities Program, Dr. Wirkus was the recipient of the 2012 Distinguished Faculty Award. Her areas of expertise include social philosophy, 19th century philosophy and feminism.
Dr. Wirkus will talk about the religious orders responsible for the education of Cleveland’s Catholic Women and how they have evolved over the past 60+ years.

Thursday, March 12, 7:30 p.m.
at John Carroll University, DJ Lombardo Student Center/Jardine Room

Cosponsored by John Carroll Institute of Catholic Studies and Teaching Cleveland Digital

For more information:
The Institute of Catholic Studies, extension 4558
Click below for entire season of lectures:
2014/2015 Cleveland Roman Catholic History Series