Meghan Clark

Meghan J.  Clark is an Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Studies in moral theology at St. John’s University.  Specializing in Catholic social thought, Dr. Clark’s research focuses around human rights and solidarity and the broad intersections of social ethics across seeking to integrate investigations of global health and human rights, economic and integral human development, inequality and the option for the poor.

Her forthcoming book The Vision of Catholic Social Thought: the Virtue of Solidarity and the Praxis of Human Rights will be published by Fortress Press and she has published articles in Political Theology, Heythrop Journal, Vincentian Heritage Journal and the Journal of Catholic Social Thought.  She is an active member of the Catholic Theological Society of America and the Society of Christian Ethics.

Active in discussions of Catholicism and public life, she work can also be found at America magazine, and Millennial Journal.  Currently, Dr. Clark serves as a lay consultant to the Domestic Justice and Human Development Committee of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and on the Board of Directors of America Magazine.

Meghan received her undergraduate degree from Fordham University in philosophy and theology and her doctorate in Theological ethics from Boston College under the supervision of David Hollenbach, S.J.