Bronwen McShea | The Thomistic Institute
This lecture was offered at Harvard University on 10 October, 2019
Dr. Bronwen Catherine McShea lives in Princeton, New Jersey, where she is an Associate Research Scholar with Princeton University’s James Madison Program. With advanced degrees from both Harvard University and Yale University, she is a scholar of European history and of the history of Christianity, with research interests in French culture and overseas imperialism, and Catholic missions across the globe, in the 15th through 19th centuries. Additionally, as a writer, speaker, and artist, McShea is concerned broadly with the Catholic faith as a bearer and shaper of culture.
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