studies the interrelations of philosophical theology with modern art and literature, with particular attention to the ways in which ancient and medieval thought find expression in poetic form.
’s areas of research include faith and reason, medieval theology with an emphasis on Thomas Aquinas, and the theology of religious pluralism, and comparative theology, especially between Christianity and Islam.
She has written ’s researches focus on the transformations through the ages of the disciplines of knowledge in the west, from the Greeks to the present, in both the practical (moral, economic and political) and theoretical (metaphysical, natural scientific and mathematical) fields of inquiry.
Thomas Aquinas, but which is also in dialogue with mainstream economics.
She has published several articles and chapters and lectured widely about this work which will culminate in her book Toward a Humane Economy: Aquinas and the Modern Economy under contract with Harvard University Press.