CIT Seminar Committee Members Present Panel in Amsterdam

News Story: September 16, 2015
From left are Joe Nagy, June-Ann Greeley and Nathan Lewis

On September 12, Catholic Intellectual Tradition (CIT) Seminar committee members June-Ann Greeley (religious studies), Nathan Lewis (art & design) and Joe Nagy (English) presented a panel entitled "The Timeless "Comedy" of Life: Dante's Divine Comedy as a Vade Mecum for the Contemporary Student" at the Liberal Arts and Sciences Education and Core Texts in the European Context Conference at Amsterdam University College in the Netherlands. Greeley and Nagy are piloting the CIT I Seminar this fall and all three were part of the committee to develop the CIT I & II Seminars for the new Core Curriculum. The CIT Seminar is part of the course of study for SHU’s new Department of Catholic Studies.