A Bannan Institute Podcast
INTEGRAL is a new podcast production out of the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education, exploring the question: Is there a common good in our common home? Each season explores this question of the common good through a series of episodes featuring the contributions of Bannan Institute Fellows and Scholars, all faculty at the university.
This week's episode:
This season of INTEGRAL we are exploring how issues of racial and ethnic justice intersect with the common good. Pursuing racial and ethnic justice today requires the critique of structured patterns of racial privilege and systemic racial injustice that adversely impact all of us in the United States. Pursuing the common good requires us to acknowledge and dismantle what ethicist David Hollenbach, S.J. terms “the common bad.”
And yet, there have been serious obstacles to a forthright engagement with issues of racial privilege and implicit and explicit racial and ethnic injustice in the United States and in the Catholic Church because as theologian Fr. Bryan Massingale notes: “we don’t know what we are talking about, we don’t know how to talk about it, and we don’t really want to talk about it.” Our hope this season is to talk about it – engaging what is at stake for racial and ethnic justice and the common good.
Episode Three with Hsin-I Cheng
Immigration, Assimilation, and Difference with Hsin-I Cheng (transcript)
Hsin-I Cheng, Associate Professor, Department of Communication, Santa Clara University
Episode Six with Margaret Russell
Margaret Russell, Professor, School of Law, Santa Clara University
Coming February 21, 2017