DiGiovanni Hall, St. Paul's Catholic Church (29 Mt Auburn St, Cambridge, MA 02138)
A lecture by Prof. Raymond Hain (Providence College)
This lecture is free and open to the public, and is co-sponsored by the Harvard-Radcliffe Catholic Students Association
Professor Raymond Hain is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Providence College and Associate Director of the Providence College Humanities Program. He received his BA in Philosophy from Christendom College and his MA and PhD in Philosophy from the University of Notre Dame, where he studied under Ralph McInerny and David Solomon. He works primarily in moral philosophy in the Thomistic tradition, as well as topics in applied ethics (especially bioethics and the ethics of architecture) and connections between philosophy and literature. As part of the Humanities Program, he directs the Providence College Humanities Forum and the Providence College Humanities Reading Seminars.