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Topic Sessions are dedicated to exploring specific areas of theological content and function as convention rubrics within which the CTSA membership may offer paper proposals.  Paper proposals submitted in each area are evaluated by an administrative team, which determines the convention program for each Topic Session.  Topic Sessions are relatively permanent parts of the CTSA convention structure.  Periodically, the Board conducts a review to determine if the current listing of Topic Sessions best serves the interests of the membership.

 Anthropology 
*Kevin McCabe
LaReine-Marie Mosely
Heather DuBois
 Bioethics/Healthcare 
*John Fitzgerald
Michael P. Jaycox
Michael McCarthy
  
 Catholic Social Thought 
*Linda Hogan
Kate Ward
Patrick Flanagan
 Catholicity and Mission 
*Kevin Ahern
Stephen Bevans
Sophia Park
  
 Christ 
*Steven Battin
Brianne Jacobs
Elizabeth O'Donnell Gandolfo
 Church/Ecumenism 
*Edward Hahnenberg 
Colleen Mallon
Jakob K. Rinderknecht
  
 Comparative Theology 
*Tracy Sayuki Tiemeier
PJ Johnston
Peter Feldmeier
 Creation/Eschatology 
*Wendy Crosby
Rhodora Beaton
Daniel Minch
  
 Fundamental Theology/Method 
*James F. Keating
Christopher Hadley, S.J.
Jeremy Wilkens
 God and Trinity 
*Elizabeth Groppe
Brian Robinette
Darren Dias, O.P.
  
 Historical Theology 
*Nicole Reibe
Andrew Salzmann
Clifton Stringer
 Liturgy/Sacraments 
*James G. Sabak, OFM
David A. Stosur
Sebastian Madathummuriyil
  
 Moral Theology 
*Christine McCarthy
Alessandro Rovati
Daniel Cosacchi
 Practical Theology 
*Jeannine Hill-Fletcher
William Clark
Karen Enriquez
  
 Spirituality 
*Matt Ashley
Andrew Prevot
Julia Feder
 Theology and Science 
*Heidi Russell
Paul Schutz
Amanda Alexander
  
 

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