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Appendix: Addenda to the CTSA Directory, 1998

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• C T S A PROCEEDINGS 5 3 (1998): 192-96 • Appendix ADDENDA TO THE CTSA DIRECTORY —1998— ACTIVE (FORMERLY ASSOCIATE MEMBERS) BERRY, Brian, College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 4701 N. Charles Baltimore MD 21210. (410) 532-5522; (410) 663-4143 (home). Ph.D. 1995 Boston College. Email: [email protected] Diss.: Fundamental Liberationist Ethics: The Contribution of the Later Theology of Edward Schillebeeckx. Ethics, Moral Theology, Christology, Social Ethics. BLAKE, Deborah D., Regis University, 3333 Regis Blvd., Denver CO 80221. (303) 458- 4972. Email: [email protected] Ph.D. 1989 Graduate Theological Union. Diss.: Medical Biotechnology: Ethical Considerations From a Roman Catholic Perspective. Theological Ethics, Health Care Ethics, Culture and Ethics. BOURG, Florence C., 162 C Herrick Road, Newton Centre MA 02159. (617) 332-1286 (home). Ph.D. 1998 Boston College. Diss.: Christian Families as Domestic Churches: Insights from Theologies of Sacramentality, Virtue and the Consistent Ethic of Life. Family, Virtue, Ecclesiology. CHAPMAN, Mark E., 27 W. Washington St., Chambersburg PA 17201. (717) 261-1128 (home); Ph.D. 1997 The Catholic University of America. Diss.: Unity as Koinonia: The Ecclesiology of the Faith and Order Movement, 1927-1993. Ecclesiology, Sacramental Theology, Mariology, Lutheran-Catholic Dialogue, Catholic Ressource- ment Theology, Ecumenism. DALLAVALE, Nancy A., Religious Studies Dept., Fairfield University, Fairfield CT 06430. (203) 254-4000, X2364; Email: [email protected] Ph.D. 1993 University of Notre Dame. Diss.: Saving History and the Salvation of History in the Trinitarian Theology of Karl Rahner. Trinity, Feminist Theology. GOWANS, Coleen Hoffman, St. Peter's College, 2641 Kennedy Blvd, Jersey City NJ 07306. (201) 915-9231, Ph.D. 1996 Fordham University. Diss.: The Identity of the True Believer in the Sermons of Augustine of Hippo: A Dimension of His Christian Anthropology. Early Christianity, Medieval Mysticism, Contem

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