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									                             WILLIAM C. BRENNAN, Ph.D
                       Saint Louis University School of Social Work
                                  3550 Lindell Boulevard
                                St. Louis, Missouri 63103

PERSONAL Born, East Hartford, Connecticut. Married, four children.

ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE
          Office: Saint Louis University School of Social Service
          3550 Lindell Boulevard
          St. Louis, Missouri 63103
          (314) 977-2737
          brennanw@slu.edu

EDUCATION

1967         Ph.D in Sociology (awarded June 1967)
             Saint Louis University
             Saint Louis, Missouri
             Dissertation: “Primary Relationships and Academic Achievement: An Empirical
             Cross-Cultural Comparison of American and English Youth”

1960         Master of Social Work (awarded June 1960)
             Catholic University of America
             Washington D.C.
             Thesis: “The Problems of the Chronically Ill and Aged in a Veteran’s
             Administration Hospital”

1957         Bachelor of Arts in History (awarded June 1957)
             Catholic University of America
             Washington D.C.

AWARDS

2011         Who’s Who In America, 2011 edition.

2008         Presidential Service Award, for 40 years service to Saint Louis University,
             conferred on April 17, 2008.

2004         2004 Catholic Press Association Award—Best Scholarly Feature Article, Third
             Place, to Brennan, William C, “John Paul II on the Language Empowering the
             Culture of Death.” The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, 3 (Winter 2003):
             731-745.

2003         Presidential Service Award, for 35 years service to Saint Louis University,
             conferred on April 10, 2003.
2003          Faculty Excellence Award, sponsored by the Associated Students of Saint Louis
              University, and the Student Government Association, conferred on April 14,
              2003.

2001          The Society of Catholic Social Scientists’ Pope Pius XI Award for Contributions
              Toward the Building Up of a True Catholic Social Science, Presented on April 21,
              2001, St. Louis, Missouri

1992          Saint Louis University Graduate School Summer Research Grant

1965          Alpha Sigma Nu National Jesuit Honor Society

1964-67       Saint Louis University Graduate Fellowship

1959-60       U.S. Veteran’s Administration Fellowship

1957          Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities

1957          Blue Key National Honor Fraternity

WORK EXPERIENCE

September 1975 – Present           Professor
                                   Saint Louis University
                                   School of Social Work

September 1970 – August 1975       Associate Professor
                                   Saint Louis University
                                   School of Social Work

September 1967 – August 1970       Assistant Professor
                                   Saint Louis University
                                   School of Social Work

Summer 1967 – Summer 1969          Research Director, Institute on Juvenile Delinquency,
                                   Office of Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Development,
                                   Department of Health, Education, and Welfare

Summer 1966                        Research Assistant, Institute on Juvenile Delinquency,
                                   Office of Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Development,
                                   Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
August 1963 – August 1964            Marriage Counselor, Thomas More Marriage and Family
                                     Clinic, Los Angeles, California

August 1960 – August 1964            Social Caseworker, Catholic Welfare Bureau, Los Angeles,
                                     California

Summer 1959                          Social Caseworker, Catholic Welfare Bureau, Los Angeles,
                                     California

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Saint Louis University School of Social Work
                                    Family Interaction Under Stress
                                    Seminar: Communicating with Children
                                    Human Behavior and the Environment
                                    Human Development Through the Life Cycle
                                    Theories of Delinquency: Causation and Treatment
                                    Social Psychology
                                    Social Research

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
                        Society of Catholic Social Scientists
                        Fellowship of Catholic Scholars
                        University Faculty for Life

CONSULTATION                         Editorial Advisory Board, Catholic Social Science Review
                                     Manuscript Evaluator, Journal of Social Service Research

PUBLICATIONS

Books

        Brennan, W. C. John Paul II: Confronting the Language Empowering the Culture of
        Death. Naples, Fl: Sapientia Press of Ave Maria University, 2008.

        Brennan, W. C. Dehumanizing the Vulnerable: When Word Games Take Lives.
        Chicago: Loyola University Press, 1995.

Selected Journal and Other Articles

        Brennan, W. C. “Word Games Take Lives,” in Consistently Opposing Killing: From
        Abortion to Assisted Suicide, the Death Penalty, and War, eds. Rachel M. MacNair and
        Stephen Zunes (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2008), pp. 11-18.

        Brennan, W. C. “Culture of Death,” and “Culture of Death,” entries in Encyclopedia of
        Catholic Social Thought, Social Science and Social Policy, vol. 1, eds. Michael L.
Coulter et al. (Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, a subsidiary of the Rowman and
Littlefield Publishing Group, 2007), pp. 268-270.

Brennan, W. C. “John Paul II on the Language Empowering the Culture of Death.” The
National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, 3 (Winter 2003): 731-745.

Brennan, W. C. “The Hoechst-Farben Connection: An Unbroken Legacy of Corporate
Chemical Warfare Against the Vulnerable,” Celebrate Life (January-February 1998): 40-
42.

Brennan, W. C. “Challenging and Replacing the Language of the Culture of Death: Past
and Present,” Proceedings, The Fellowship of Catholic Scholars (1997): 47-76.

Brennan, W. C. “The Language of the Culture of Death,” Catholic Social Science Review
(1996): 111-123.

Brennan, W. C. “Confronting the Language of the Culture of Death,” Living World
(Winter 1995/1996): 11-15.

Brennan, W. C. “Female Objects of Semantic Dehumanization and Violence,” Studies in
Prolife Feminism (Summer 1995): 203-233.

Brennan, W. C. “Words Can Hurt, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 13 June 1991, p. 3C.

Brennan, W. C. “Role Discrepancies and Professional Socialization: The Case of the
Juvenile Probation Officer,” Co-authored with Shanti K. Khinduka, in A Social
Psychology of Criminal Justice Systems, ed. Daniel B. Kennedy (Cincinnati, Ohio: W.H.
Anderson Company, 1974).

Brennan, W. C. “The Vanishing Protectors,” Social Justice Review 66 (November 1973):
239-244.

Brennan, W. C. “The Practitioner as Theoretician,” Journal of Education for Social Work
9 (Spring 1973): 5-12.

Brennan, W. C. “Role Expectations of Social Workers and Lawyers in the Juvenile
Court,” Co-authored with Shanti K. Khinduka, Crime and Delinquency 16 (April 1971):
191-201.

Brennan, W. C. “Role Discrepancies and Professional Socialization: The Case of the
Juvenile Probation Officer,” Co-authored with Shanti K. Khinduka, Social Work 15
(April 1970): 87-94.

Brennan, W. C. “The Probation Officer’s Perception of the Attorney’s Role in Juvenile
Court,” Co-authored with Jefferson H. Ware, Crime and Delinquency 16 (April 1970):
172-180.
SELECTED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

    Workshop presentation on John Paul II Book, National Right to Life Annual Convention,
    Charleston, South Carolina, June 19, 2009.

    Presentation on “Speaking the Truth: The Use of Language in Bioethics,” before medical
    students, Wright State University School of Medicine, Dayton, Ohio, April 2, 2009.

    Keynote speaker, Rally for Life, Ocala, Florida, January 17, 2009.

    “John Paul II on Challenging and Replacing the Language Powering the Culture of
    Death,” Paper presented at the From Death to Life: Agendas for Reform Conference,
    University of Notre Dame, September 28, 2002.

								
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