Academic Lectures:

“Interkulturelle/interreligiöse Herausforderungen für die Klinikseelsorge”. Workshop at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Ethics in Medicine, Frankfurt, 9/24/2015.

“Welche Rolle spielen Religion und Kulturen im bioethischen Diskurs?” Panel at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Ethics in Medicine, Frankfurt, 9/24/2015.

“The Political Dimension of Laudato Si’.” Invited Speaker at Laudato Si’ @ LUC. Loyola University Chicago, September 2015.

“The Role of Illness Narratives in Ethical Counseling.” Invited Plenary Speaker at the International Conference: Illness Narratives in Practice, University of Freiburg, June 2015.

“Moral Enhancement, Biopolitics, and the Question of Moral Life” Invited Speaker at the international conference on: Bare Life and Moral Life, Madrid (SLU), June 2015.

“Misrecognition and Recognition – A Necessary Conversation Between Critical Theory and Phenomenology.” Keynote at the 8th International Critical Theory Conference, Rome, May 2015.

“Catholic Social Thought.” Response paper given at the International Concilium Symposium- “Journeys of Liberation: Joys and Hopes for the Future.” May 2015.

“The New Culture of Security and Surveillance: Ethical Challenges.” Paper given at the Society of Christian Ethics Annual Meeting. January 2015.

“Security and Surveillance: Ethical Challenges.” Trinity College Dublin January 2015.

Public Lectures:

“Kinder ohne Geschichte.” University Clinic, Netzwerk „Abschiedskultur“, Mainz, June 2015.

“Theology, Ethics, and the Holocaust.” Invited Panel Member for Panel Looking at the connection of History and Memory. Loyola University Chicago, April 2015.

Panel Moderator. Conference title: Still Guests in Our Own House? Women and the Church since Vatican II. Loyola University Chicago, November 7, 2015.

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