Francis Russell Hittinger
I work at the intersection of philosophy, law, and theology. I am currently at work on a book on the evolution of Catholic social theory and doctrine during the 19th and 20th centuries.
Education and Degrees Earned
- B.A., University of Notre Dame, summa cum laude (1975).
- M.A., Philosophy, St. Louis University (1981).
- Ph.D., Philosophy, St. Louis University (1986).
Previous Teaching Experience
- Robert J. Randall Distinguished Visiting Professor in Christian Culture, Providence College (2007-08).
- Senior Research Fellow, Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture. University of Notre Dame. Academic Year 2000-2001.
- Visiting Professor. Università Regina Apostolorum. Roma. Spring 2001; fall, 2004; fall 2006.
- Visiting Professor. Faculty of Philosophy, Catholic University of Ruzomberok, Slovak Republic, spring 2005.
- Associate Professor. School of Philosophy, The Catholic University of America, 1991-1996).
- Adjunct Faculty, Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America.
- Visiting Assistant Professor, full-time, Dept. of Politics, Princeton University (Academic year 1989-1990).
- Assistant Professor, Dept. of Philosophy, Fordham University (Fall 1987 — Spring 1991).
- Visiting Assistant Professor, part-time, Dept. of Politics, Princeton University (Spring 1988, Fall-Spring 1990-1991).
- Visiting Professor, part-time, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, New York University (Fall 1990).
Previous Relevant Work Experience
- Pontificia Academia Sancti Thomae Aquinatis. Città Del Vaticano – elected a member ordinarius 2005. Elected to the consilium of the Academy 2006.
- Planning Committee: Colloquium on Philosophy and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition. Lumen Christi Institute and Institut Catholique. Paris, France (June 2006 and subsequent years)
- Director of Ethics. Warren Medical Research Center, Tulsa, OK (2004 — ).
- Advisory Board, Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture (2000 — ).
- Advisory Board, The Review of Politics (2008-2011).
- Member of the Alonzo MacDonald Project, at Emory College of Law. A five year project funded by the MacDonald family. The group will write, edit, and publish twenty-five monographs on Christian jurisprudence. (2005 – ).
- Editorial Board, American Journal of Jurisprudence (1989 — ).