Religious & Theological Studies
Dr. Mark Allman is professor in the Department of Religious and Theological Studies as well as a faculty associate in the Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations. He also serves as co-editor for the Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics.
His primary area of interest is Christian social ethics and more specifically Catholic social thought, war and peace studies, political theology, comparative religious ethics, the global water crisis and environmental ethics, business ethics, and globalization. He has presented papers at many academic conferences including the Society of Christian Ethics, the Catholic Theological Society of America, the College Theology Society and the American Academy of Religion.
His publications include; The Almighty and the Dollar: Reflections on ‘Economic Justice for All, (Anselm Academic, 2012), an edited volume After the Smoke Clears: Jus Post Bellum and the Just War Theory(Orbis Publishing, 2010), co-edited with Tobias Winright; and Who Would Jesus Kill? War, Peace & the Christian Tradition (St. Mary’s Press, 2008), which won the the College Theology Society Book of the Year Award. He has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed academic journals and popular media. Mark Allman was awarded Merrimack College’s Edward G. Roddy Outstanding Teacher of the Year award in 2011.
Ph.D. Loyola University of Chicago