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Nichole Flores, M.Div.

Ph.D., Candidate, Boston College
2009 - M.Div., Yale Divinity School
2004 - A.B., Smith College

Nichole Flores teaches Catholic theological ethics and Liberation Theology at Saint Anselm College.  She also teaches courses for the Peace and Justice major.  Her research emphasizes the contributions of Catholic and U.S. Latina/o theologies to notions of justice and the common good within plural socio-political contexts.  She earned her AB in Government from Smith College and M.Div. from Yale Divinity School.  She is a doctoral candidate in theological ethics at Boston College.  She is a contributor to the Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church Forum and Catholic Moral Theology, a blog featuring work from North American Catholic moral theologians.  Her theological writing has been featured in America Magazine and on the Washington Post On Faith Blog.  She lives in Manchester with her husband, Daryn Henry.

Research Interests:

Catholic social thought; public theologies; theories of peace and justice; emotion and ethics; theological aesthetics; family ethics; economic ethics; U.S. Latina/o theology and ethics

Teaching:

  • TH372 - Christian Social Ethics
  • TH354 - Liberation Theology
  • PJ301/TH369 - Theories of Peace and Justice 
  • HU 100 - Humanities Seminar

Contact Information

Nichole Flores

Nichole Flores
Instructor
Department of Theology
Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive
Manchester, NH 03102

(603) 641-7684

Office:
219 Bradley House