John P. Slattery is the Director of the Carl G. Grefenstette Center for Ethics in Science, Technology, and Law at Duquesne University. . An ethicist, theologian, and historian of science, Slattery works at the intersection of technology, science, religion, and racism. He also serves as a consultant for the Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER) program at the American Association for the Advancement of Science; a expert advisor for AI & Faith; and a consultant for the Vatican Dicastery on Culture and Education.
Slattery earned a B.S. in computer science from Georgetown University, a master’s degree in religious studies from Saint Paul School of Theology, and an interdisciplinary PhD in the history and philosophy of science and systematic theology from the University of Notre Dame. He is the author of numerous essays, as well as the 2019 Faith and Science at Notre Dame, the 2020 Christian Theology and the Modern Sciences, and a producer of the AAAS DoSER film series, “Science: The Wide Angle.” He is currently writing and publishing on the intersection of liberation theology and technology ethics in Roman Catholicism, the history of intersections between science and race, and the role of race and gender in historical discussions of theology and science.
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