What facets of social inequality are shaped, influenced, or come to fruition within the context of Catholic social teaching or a university’s mission to address social injustice?
What issues of social inequality within Catholic institutions are animated by or connected to a vision of social justice within Lasallian Catholic traditions?
What might be the intersection of social inequality and an institution's commitment to social injustice?
Call for Papers
AXIS: Lasallian Journal of Higher Education is planning a special section on social inequality within the context of Catholic institutions... seeking original papers that address issues of social inequality that are in some way animated by or connected to a vision of social justice within Lasallian Catholic traditions.
This special section of AXIS will be edited by Adam Koehler, Department of English, Manhattan College; Daisy Sherry, College of Nursing & Health Professions, Lewis University; and Charles A. Gallagher, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, La Salle University (in addition to the AXIS Editors).
The deadline for submitting papers is December 31, 2018. For more information, including submission procedures, etc. please contact Dr. Adam Koehler (email@example.com) and/or click here.