Dawn Nothwehr, OSF, a Franciscan Sister of Rochester, Minnesota, is Associate Professor of Ethics and Chair, Historical & Doctrinal Studies, at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, IL. She is Co-Editor of the NEW THEOLOGY REVIEW. Mutuality as a formal norm, the ethics of power from a feminist perspective, and the relationship of ethics and spirituality are Dawn Nothwehr s major interests. Issues that interest her include: empowerment of the poor and vulnerable, human/environmental relations, relations in moral disagreement, friendship, and marriage. Her research has involved how to deal with the Other that is created when moral disagreement occurs, and how Franciscan theology shapes ecotheology and ecological ethics. She is the author of The Franciscan View of the Human Person (FRANCISCAN INSTITUTE PUBLICATIONS, 2005), Mutuality: A Formal Norm for Christian Social Ethics and editor of Franciscan Theology of the Environment: an Introductory Reader.
Dawn M. Nothwehr currently resides in Chicago. Dawn M. Nothwehr was born in 1951.