Alexander Mikulich, Ph.D.

Alex Mikulich is research fellow at the Jesuit Social Research Institute, New Orleans.

Dr. Alexander Mikulich, Ph.D., received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of the Holy Cross and his professional theological degrees from Weston Jesuit School of Theology (Master of Divinity) and Loyola University Chicago (Ph. D. in Theology). Dr. Mikulich’s specializations include Roman Catholic social thought and teaching; urban geography and race, class and gender inequalities; spirituality and social justice; and the ethics of war and peace. He brings 20 years experience integrating spirituality and social justice advocacy, teaching and scholarship addressing issues of race and poverty. He co-edited (with Laurie M. Cassidy) Interrupting White Privilege: Catholic Theologians Break the Silence (Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 2007), which received the College Theology Society’s Book of the Year award for 2008. Before joining JSRI, Dr. Mikulich was Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Saint Joseph College in Connecticut and Visiting Assistant Professor at St. Norbert College in Wisconsin. Alex and his wife Kara have two children, Katie and Tyler. Kara serves as Director of Grants for the Jesuit province Development Office.

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