- Licence ès Lettres (University of Fribourg)
- PhD (University of Fribourg)
“With the 2013 election of Pope Francis, the insights from the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition are increasingly relevant to the work of theological formation. I am pleased to be able to introduce students to the compelling Franciscan vision of Blessed John Duns Scotus.”
Dr. Mary Elizabeth Ingham, CSJ, comes to FST from Loyola Marymount University, where she was chair of the Philosophy Department and Professor of Philosophy. She received the President’s Fritz B. Burns Teaching Medal in 2000.
Dr. Ingham was President of the American Catholic Philosophical Society in 2009 and has served on the Franciscan Institute Summer faculty.
Dr. Ingham was part of the organizing committee for the “Quadruple Congress” in celebration of the 8th centenary of John Duns Scotus’ death in 2008, and she edited the first volume: Duns Scotus, Philosopher (with Oleg Bychkov).