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Rev. Francis T. Hannafey S.J.

Associate Professor of Religious Studies
fhannafey@fairfield.edu
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 320
p: x2717

 

Francis T. Hannafey, S.J. is Associate Professor of Religious Studies in the Religious Studies Department at Fairfield University.  He completed the Ph.D. in Christian Ethics (1998) and the M.B.A. Master of Business Administration (1986) at Loyola University Chicago.  Professor Hannafey also holds the M.Div. (1992) and S.T.M. (1993) from the Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley, California.  Professor Hannafey's publications have appeared in the Journal of Business Ethics, Business and Society Review, Horizons, Louvain Studies, Theological Studies, The Ecumenist, Spiritual Life, and elsewhere. 

Professor Hannafey teaches courses at Fairfield University in religion and ethics and he pursues research and publication in business ethics, Catholic social thought, and bioethics.  Professor Hannafey regularly offers the following courses: Introduction to Religion: Christianity and Islam (RS-101), Contemporary Moral Problems (RS-252), Business Ethics (AE-291), and Religion and Art in Florence in Fairfield University's Study Abroad Program in Florence, Italy.  Fr. Hannafey is a Jesuit priest and serves as a Resident Jesuit in Kostka Hall (in the Village Area).  In this role he participates in varied activities of student residential and liturgical life on campus.