Introduction to Theology (TH 201)
An introduction to the Jewish and Christian scriptures, the history of Christianity, and the way these texts and traditions challenge, and are challenged by, the contemporary world.
Rev. John Conley, S.J.
Henry J. Knott Chair of Philosophy and Theology
Docteur en philosophie, Université catholique de Louvain (1988)
Research Interests: Modern French Philosophy, Ethics, Aesthetic
Experience of Theatre (DR 251)
Students experience theatre by performing different roles associated with theatrical production. Students act as readers, audience members, actors, reviewers, playwrights, directors, and designers. An emphasis is placed on students understanding and experiencing all aspects of the theatrical process. Includes attendance at theatre productions on campus and in the Baltimore/Washington area. Fulfills fine arts core requirement.
Dr. James Bunzli
Associate Professor of Theatre and Theatre Area Coordinator
Ph.D. Bowling Green State University; MFA University of Texas, Austin
Teaching: Acting, Directing, New Works Creation
Research: Solo Performance, Dramatic Adaptation
Sarah Lewis graduated from Winthrop University with a B.A. in Visual Art and a minor in mathematics. Shortly after graduation, she moved to Japan as a participant in the JET Programme, living and working as an English teacher in the port city of Kobe from 2009 to 2014. Sarah currently works within the office of the Dean of Undergraduate Studies, providing support to Messina, National Fellowships, Pre-Health Programs, and the Class Deans. She participates in the Loyola Chamber Ensemble, and is proud dog mom to an adorable rescue floof named Opal.
Both courses in this pairing satisfy core requirements for all students.