Michael Schuck, Ph.D.
|Michael Schuck, Ph.D.|
|Office:||Crown Center 317|
Michael Schuck is an Associate Professor of Theology at Loyola University Chicago, and former Director of the Joan and Bill Hank center for the Catholic intellectual Heritage. He graduated from St. Louis University, received an MA in Political Science from the University Chicago, an AMRS from the Divinity School at the University of Chicago, and completed his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago. His main research interests are Roman Catholic social thought with special attention to its history, variety, and relationship to other forms of social thought, ancient and modern. He has written on these and other more specific moral issues inside Roman Catholic social thought.
History and Principles of Roman Catholic Social Thought; Social Theory and Religious Ethics; Political Philosophy and Christian Ethics; Faith, Human Development, and the Social-Moral Self.
Roman Catholic Social Teaching