Interview Summary

This interview with Dr. Christopher Pramuk was conducted at Xavier University in Cincinnati in 2015. Pramuk is a respected Merton scholar and theologian. In this interview he is down to earth, warm, engaging with erudite answers that do not lend themselves to becoming pithy “sound bites”.

Dr. Christopher Pramuk is Regis University Chair of Ignatian Thought and Imagination, and an Associate Professor of Theology, with courses in theology and spirituality. He is the author of six books, including two award-winning studies on Thomas Merton, Pramuk lectures widely around the country and has led retreats on topics such as racial justice, Ignatian spirituality, and the witness of Thomas Merton.

Interview Accession

2021oh0988_mcadtm0003

Interviewee Name

Chistopher Pramuk

Interviewer Name

Morgan C. Atkinson

John Gregory

Interview Partial Date

2015

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