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Katie Dunne
Assistant Professor, Loyola Institute

Biography

Dr Katie Dunne is a graduate of the Pontifical University, Maynooth. Prior to her appointment as Assistant Professor in Theology in the Catholic Tradition at the Loyola Institute, Dr Dunne lectured, on an adjunct basis, in the Mater Dei Institute of Education, Maynooth University, and Carlow College. Her research interests include the relationship between the capabilities approach to human development and contemporary moral theology, the ethics of human development, Catholic Social Thought and human rights, and feminist theology and social justice.

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Katie Dunne, "Nothing is True that Forces One to Exclude", Maynooth Theological Journal, 2, (1), 2012, p7 - 12 Journal Article, 2012

Katie Dunne, Capabilities and the Common Good, The European Society for Catholic Theology: International Conference, Bratislava, 2011, pp1-10 Oral Presentation, 2011

Katie Dunne, Towards an Understanding of the Role of Narrative as a Moral Category in the Work of Stanley Hauerwas, Maynooth Theological Journal, 1, (2), 2011, p54 - 58 Journal Article, 2011

Katie Dunne, The Capabilities Approach to Development and the Common Good, Maynooth Theological Journal, 1, (1), 2011, p8 - 11 Journal Article, 2011

Katie Dunne, Catholic Social Teaching and Capabilities Discourse, Catholic Social Teaching in Comparative Perspective, Maynooth University, 2015, pp1-10 Oral Presentation,

Katie Dunne, What's the Moral of the Story? The Role of Narrative in Moral Theology, Interface Conference, Pontifical University, Maynooth, 2011, pp1-11 Oral Presentation,

Katie Dunne, Capabilities and Contemporary Moral Theology: Likely Bedfellows?, Oxford Symposium on Religious Studies, Oxford, December 2017, pp1-12 Oral Presentation,

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

Katie Dunne, What Happened at Vatican II?, Pathways Program, Dublin, 2017 Invited Talk, 2017

Katie Dunne, Remembering the Past: A Response to Nigel Biggar, Remembering 1916 Symposium, Dublin, January 2016, pp1-10 Oral Presentation,

Katie Dunne, Capabilities Discourse and Contemporary Moral Theology: Confronting Injustice?, Research Seminar, Pontifical University, Maynooth, 2014, pp1-12 Oral Presentation,

Katie Dunne, Faith in Action: Supporting Women in the Face of HIV, 2013, In:World AIDS Day Conference, Pontifical University, Maynooth Meetings /Conferences Organised,