Bruce Morrill Edward A. Malloy Professor of Catholic Studies, Divinity School
Morrill focuses his theological scholarship in the area of liturgy and sacraments, drawing on a range of interdisciplinary resources (systematic and historical theology, ritual studies, cultural anthropology, political theologies, and biblical studies). His eight books include Divine Worship and Human Healing: Liturgical Theology at the Margins of Life and Death (2009), Anamnesis as Dangerous Memory: Political and Liturgical Theology in Dialogue (2000), and the forthcoming Essential Writings of Bernard Cooke: A Narrative Theology of Church, Sacraments, and Ministry (May 2016). He has held a number of visiting chairs and fellowships and lectured widely in North America, Europe, and Australia. A Catholic priest and member of the Jesuit order, he has for many years made pastoral service trips to Yup’ik eskimo villages along Alaska’s Bering Seacoast.