Brugger, E. Christian 1964-

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Brugger, E. Christian 1964-

PERSONAL:

Born June 29, 1964, in New York, NY; son of Eugene C. (an attorney) and Adaline S. (a homemaker; maiden name, Kearns) Brugger; married July 16, 1994; wife's name Melissa M. (a homemaker and educator); children: Rose Laetare, Christian Augustine, Mary Christine, Sophia Grace Faustina. Ethnicity: "White."Education: Rutgers University, B.A., 1987; Seton Hall University, M.A., 1994; Harvard University, Th.M., 1994; Oriel College, Oxford, M.A., 1997; attended Hochschule für Philosophie, Munich, Germany, 1999-2000; St. Hugh's College, Oxford, D.Phil., 2000.Politics: Republican. Religion: Roman Catholic.

ADDRESSES:

Home—114 E. Glebe Rd., Alexandria, VA 22305.Office—Institute for the Psychological Sciences, 2001Jefferson Davis Highway, Ste. 511, Arlington, VA 22202.E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

Writer. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, member of campus ministry, 1987-92; Loyola University New Orleans, New Orleans, LA, assistant professor of ethics, 2000-04, Yamauchi Lecturer in Religion, 2001; Institute for the Psychological Sciences, Arlington, VA, assistant professor of theology, 2004—. Westchester Institute for Ethics and the Human Person, senior fellow. Our Lady of the Holy Cross College, New Orleans, guest lecturer, 2003; speaker at conferences and symposia; public speaker; guest on media programs.

MEMBER:

American Academy of Religion, Society of Christian Ethics, Catholic Theological Society of America, Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, Society of Catholic Social Scientists.

AWARDS, HONORS:

Denyer and Johnson scholar, Oxford University, 1997-99; Yates senior scholar, St. Hugh's College, Oxford, 1998-99; H.B. Earhart fellow, Earhart Foundation, 1999-2000; western civilization fellow, Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Wilmington, DE, 1999-2000; grant from New Orleans Consortium for Technology Integration and Implementation in Teacher Education, 2001.

WRITINGS:


Capital Punishment and Roman Catholic Moral Tradition,University of Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, IN), 2003.

Contributor to books, including Capital Punishment: Three Catholic Views, edited by Robert Royal, Faith and Reason Institute (Washington, DC), 2003; and Readings in Moral Theology, Volume 13: Change in Official Catholic Moral Teachings, edited by Charles Curran, Paulist Press (New York, NY), 2003. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals, including Linacre Quarterly, Josephinum Journal of Theology, New Oxford Review, Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy, Thomist, Blueprint for Social Justice, Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly, National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, Southern Renaissance: Louisiana's Lay Catholic Journal, and First Things.