Nicholas Lombardo, OP, is Associate Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge in 2010 and came to The Catholic University of America in the fall of 2011. He has spent time as a visiting fellow at the University of Fribourg (2010-11) and Durham University (2014).
His research has been particularly focused on Aquinas’s philosophy and theology of the emotions; theology of redemption; creation, evolution, and human origins; boredom and modern culture; and the emerging field of analytic theology.
Away on research leave for the 2016-17 academic year.
Areas of Expertise
Theology of God
Theology of Redemption
Creation, Evolution, and Human Origins
Philosophy of Religion
HSTR 101 - God’s Word in Human Words
HSTR 203 - The Church: Community and Institution
TRS 201 - Faith Seeking Understanding
TRS 460 - Special Topics in Theology (Theology of the Emotions)
TRS 661 - Christian Anthropology
TRS 666 - Theology of God
TRS 761F - Thomas Aquinas on the Triune God
TRS 761G - Thomas Aquinas on the Emotions
TRS 763D - Original SinTRS 772 - Aquinas and Bonaventure (with Dr Benson)