Thought Leadership

Pursue truth, strive for justice and cultivate beauty.

At Regis University, those are the principles our faculty members live by as they endeavor to grow bodies of knowledge and discourse in their respective fields of study. Working side by side with their students, the Regis faculty employs the resources and passions of the university community to change the world around us.


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Featured Faculty Research, Scholarship and Creative Works

  • Travis Ables is a long serving affiliate faculty teaching in Religious Studies. His book “The Body of the Cross” just came out from Fordham Press and is available here.
  • Karen Adkins of the Philosophy Department, had the article, "Policing the Gendered Economy of Care", published in the latest issue of Social Philosophy Today. More information, including an abstract of the article, is available here.
  • Mark Bruhn of the English Department, published a chapter titled "Philosophy of Science, Methodology, and Theory Development in Empirical Studies of Literary Experience" in the Handbook of Empirical Literary Studies, edited by Donald Kuiken and Arthur M. Jacobs, Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2021, pp. 487-514, and is available here.
  • Erica Ferg of the School for Professional Advancement, had her book, Geography, Religion, Gods, and Saints in the Eastern Mediterranean (Routledge, 2020), reviewed in the Journal of Religious History, by Nicholas Doumanis of the University of New South Wales. This is one of the most prestigious journals in the discipline. A takeaway from the review--and the last line of it--is "every historian of the Mediterranean and deep history should read this book." You can find it here.
  • Becky Vartabedian of the Philosophy Department and recent Regis graduates Selihom Andarge (RC '20), Nicholas Aranda (RC '21), Josie Brady (RC '20), Tricia Charfauros (RC '20), Kelley Coakley (RC '21), and Regi Worles (RC '20), have co-authored a chapter titled "Erlebnis, Tarrying, and Thinking Again After George Yancy," which appears in the recently released George Yancy: A Critical Introduction (Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2021). An interview with Dr. Yancy and the co-editors of the volume - Kimberley Ducey, Joe R. Feagin, and Cleavis Headley - is available at the Blog of the American Philosophical Association.

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