Rev. Stanisław Fel, PhD, Catholic University of Lublin Professor; Head of the Chair of Catholic Social Teaching and Socio-economic Ethics, Institute of Sociology, Catholic University of Lublin; Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Catholic University of Lublin. Member of the Scientific Society of the Catholic University of Lublin, Polish Sociological Association, Association for Catholic Social Ethics in Central Europe in Vienna, and Ordo Socialis, Academic Association for the Promotion of Christian Social Teaching in Cologne. Member of “Arbeitsgemeinschaft Christliche Sozialethik”, an international working group in Berlin. Research interests: Catholic social teaching, socio-economic ethics, economic sociology, corporate social responsibility. Major publications: Intricacies of Patriotism. Towards a Complexity of Patriotic Allegiance (2015); The economy – the common good – happiness. The International Conference at the University of Vienna (2015); The Importance of Family Support in the Process of the Adjustment of Current and Former Prisoners (2015); Sustainable development policy as a strategy for combating social exclusion, based on the example of unemployment (2015); Innovation as a tool for social policy and welfare (2015); John Paul II and Human Rights (2015); Judaism and Economics: The Link between Judaism and Economic Life (2014); Religion und Wohlfahrtsstaatlichkeit in Polen. Zwischen Sozialkatholizismus und Marktwirtschaft (2013).

 

Katarzyna Lenart-Kłoś, PhD in Sociology, Assistant Lecturer at the Institute of Sociology, Catholic University of Lublin. In 2014, she completed a six-month scientific and research internship with Professor Ilona Ostner at the University of Göttingen, Germany. Research interests: professional ethics of the uniformed services (especially the prison service), sociology of dispositional groups, resocialization and social rehabilitation/readaptation, and volunteering.

 

Rev. Maciej Hułas, PhD in Sociology, Assistant Professor at the Institute of Sociology, Catholic University of Lublin; author of translations of sociological texts from German and English. Research interests: Catholic social teaching, public sphere, patriotism, cosmopolitanism.  Thematic editor of the Annals of Social Science (Section: Catholic social teaching and socio-economic ethics) and Associate Editor of the Irish Journal of Sociology (IJS), Mancherster University Press. Major publications: Intricacies of Patriotism. Towards a Complexity of Patriotic Allegiance (2015); Patria as Biography. An Argument for Biographical Patriotism (2015); Transformation of morality in Poland (2015); Solidarity according to The Polish Project (2012).

 

Rev. Marek Wódka OFMConv, PhD in Sociology, Assistant Professor at the Institute of Sociology, Catholic University of Lublin. In 2014, he completed a six-month scientific and research internship with Professor Markus Vogt at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany. He conducts research into Catholic social teaching and economy ethics. He focuses on human capital, social capital and moral capital, investigating their social and economic significance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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