John Hart

Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics

Internationally known for his work in social ethics and environmental ethics, John Hart has given over one-hundred-fifty presentations, on four continents: in twenty-four states and in Canada, Brazil, Switzerland, Italy, Nepal, and England. He was Professor of Theology and founding Director of Environmental Studies at Carroll College, Helena, Montana. His publications include Cosmic Commons: Spirit, Science, and Space (Cascade Books, 2013), Sacramental CommonsL Christian Ecological Ethics (Rowman & Littlefield, 2006), What Are They Saying About Environmental Theology? (Paulist Press, in press, 2004); Ethics and Technology: Innovation and Transformation in Community Contexts (Pilgrim Press, 1997); and The Spirit of the Earth — A Theology of the Land (Paulist Press, 1984). In addition, he has written chapters for five edited books and has more than forty published articles and essays. He is a member of the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Christian Ethics. Dr. Hart received his PhD from the Union Theological Seminary, New York.