Dr Mark Bosco SJ
Vice President for Mission and Ministry, Georgetown University, Washington
Mark Bosco SJ, vice-president for Mission and Ministry at Georgetown University, was associate professor of English and Theology at Loyola University Chicago from 2003 to 2017 and director of their Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage. He researches the inter- section of religion and art, especially the twentieth-century Catholic literary tradition. His publications include Graham Greene’s Catholic Imagination (Oxford 2005), Revelation and Convergence: Flannery O’Connor and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition (Catholic University of America Press 2017) and articles on Gerard Manley Hopkins, Margaret Atwood and Shusaku Endo. He is in discussion with PBS/American Masters to produce and direct a documentary feature film, Flannery O’Connor: Acts of Redemption.
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