Craig A. Ford, Jr., currently serves as a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow at Fordham University after having graduated with his Ph.D. from the Theology Department at Boston College. Dr. Ford writes at the intersection of critical theory (including queer and critical race theory) and the Catholic moral tradition. His dissertation was entitled “Foundations of a Queer Natural Law.” Broadly speaking, Dr. Ford’s research interests draw him towards topics in the areas of sexuality, race, gender identity, moral epistemology, and virtue ethics. His current research project focuses on the contributions that black liberation and black queer thinkers bring to the problem of moral complicity in Catholic theology.
Craig A. Ford, Jr.