Maria Antonaccio (Ph.D., University of Chicago), is Professor of religious ethics.
12 Coleman Hall
(570) 577 1205
Professor Antonaccio teaches courses in the areas of western religious and philosophical ethics, contemporary Christian ethics, and environmental ethics, with occasional offerings in bioethics and the ethics of consumption.
In addition to numerous journal articles, she has published two books on the twentieth-century philosopher and novelist Iris Murdoch, Picturing the Human: The Moral Thought of Iris Murdoch and Iris Murdoch and the Search for Human Goodness (the latter co-edited with William Schweiker). Her current research focuses on the changing status of nature and of normative appeals to nature in ethical inquiry, especially under the pressure of new technologies.