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​Dr. Reinhard Huetter to Present First Randall Chair Lecture on November 29

Dr. Reinhard Huetter, the Rev. Robert J. Randall Professor in Christian Culture at Providence College, will present his first Randall Lecture of the academic year, “What Conscience Is and Why It Matters,” on Thursday, November 29, at 4:30 p.m. in Aquinas Lounge.

Huetter is a professor of Christian theology at Duke Divinity School and a native of Lichtenfels, Germany. An expert on St. Thomas Aquinas, he is teaching a course this semester in PC’s Liberal Arts Honors Program, Thomas Aquinas on Faith. He will present his second lecture in the spring.

The Randall Professorship was established in 2002 as the College’s first endowed chair. It is named for Father Randall, the priest and scholar who taught at PC for more than 25 years in the Department of English, the Development of Western Civilization Program, and the Liberal Arts Honors Program.

Huetter is the ninth scholar to serve as the Randall Professor.

The presentation is free and open to the public.

 

 
 

 

 
 
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