As Jesuit universities face unionization among adjunct faculty, Ken Homan argues they should reconnect with their mission – and history.
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Ken Homan is a Jesuit brother from the Midwest Province. He is currently working on a doctorate in history at Georgetown University where he is a graduate assistant for the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor.
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Abandoning Football Just in Time for the Super Bowl
Ken Homan explores why it might be time for him to give up America’s favorite sport.
Have you been “Educated for Justice”?
A Three-time alumnus of Jesuit education-turn-Jesuit-brother, Ken Homan, reflects on Pedro Arrupe’s question – and his students’ interesting responses.
Now We Got Bad Blood
Everybody’s talking about wages and labor rights these days, including Taylor Swift…and TJP’s Ken Homan.
Shopping into a Brighter Future
Ken Homan, SJ on a new Huffington Post piece that challenges our impossible hopes of simply buying our way toward social change.
What You Might Overlook in the Papal Encyclical
Don’t miss the subtle shifts in this new papal document.
The Sounds of Summer
Looking for that perfect jam for a road trip or day at the beach? Check out Ken Homan’s list of summer tunes.
The Trans-Pacific What Now?
TJP’s Ken Homan, SJ reacts to TPP: a secretive free-trade bill that ignores the poor.
Ken Homan explores what canonizging a controversial saint-to-be means for how we think about the past