Julie Hanlon Rubio, Ph.D.
Professor of Christian Ethics
Women's and Gender Studies
Undergraduate: Faith and Politics, Theology and the Body, Theological Foundations, Social Justice; Graduate: Christian Theology: Introduction, Feminist Theology
Ph.D. in Religion and Social Ethics, University of Southern California, 1995
M.T.S., Harvard Divinity School, 1991
- Family ethics
- Feminist theology
- Faith and public life
- Catholic social thought
Publications and Media Placements
Hope for Common Ground: Mediating the Personal and the Political in a Divided Church,
Georgetown University Press, 2016.
Moral Traditions series "Cooperation with Evil Reconsidered: The Moral Duty of Resistance," Theological Studies 78.1, 2017, 96-120.
“Ordinary Families, Holy Families: Looking to the Bible for New Models of Mercy,” America, June 20-27, 2016.
Find Julie Hanlon Rubio on Academia.edu:https://slu.academia.edu/JulieHanlonRubio
Honors and Awards
- Annual Book Award, College Theology Society 2017
- Hope for Common Ground Catholic Press Association Award 2011
- Family Ethics: Practices for Christians Outstanding Teaching Award
- Women’s and Gender Studies, SLU 2016 Faculty Excellence Award
- SLU Student Government Association 2007 and 2003
Professional Organizations and Associations
- Society of Christian Ethics
- College Theology Society
- Catholic Theological Society of America
- Board of Horizons-the Journal of the College Theology Society
Community Work and Service
- National Seminar for Jesuit Higher Education Board
- National Catholic Reporter Board