M.T. Dávila

María Teresa (MT) Dávila is an associate professor of practice at Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts. She was associate professor of Christian ethics at Andover Newton Theological School, a Protestant seminary located in Newton, Massachusetts, teaching at the intersection of Christian ethics and public theology. Her publications and courses focus on immigration, racism and racial justice, class and inequality, Catholic social teaching and the ethics of the use of force. She is co-editor of Living With(out) Borders: Catholic Theological Ethics and the Movement of Peoples (Orbis Books, 2016). Dávila is the president of the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States (ACHTUS).

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