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About Anne Maloney, PhD

Anne M. Maloney received her Ph.D. in Philosophy from Marquette University in 1988. She is currently an Associate Professor of Philosophy at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, MN. Her areas of specialization include Philosophy of Women, Ethics, Philosophy and Literature, Philosophy of Religion, and Existentialism. She has published articles in Crisis Magazine, Human Life Review, and The Journal of Prolife Feminism. Also, she has contributed chapters to two books dealing with abortion and social ethics: Living With Contradictions: Controversies in Feminist Social Ethics, edited by Alison Jaggar, and Catholicism and Abortion: A New Generation of Catholic Response., edited by Stephen J. Heaney. She is also co-author of The Hand That Rocks the Cradle: Mothers, Sons and Leadership. She has appeared on CNN and on National Public Radio, and has spoken many times in the Twin Cities area about ethics, feminism, abortion, contraception, marriage and sexuality. 


Present Associate Professor, Philosophy, St. Catherine University Philosophy Department
Adjunct Faculty Member, University of St. Thomas, Saint Paul

Curriculum Vitae

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Professional Service and Affiliations

2006 - Present Board of Trustees, Siena Symposium
1995 - 2000 Member, Archdiocesan Commission on Marriage
1990 - 2000 Board of Trustees, Feminists for Life
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Honors and Awards

  • Denny Prize for Faculty Writiing
  • Madonna Medal
  • Myser Award for Teaching Excellence
  • St. Catherine Teaching Award


  • Philosophy and Human Life
  • Philosophy and Addiction
  • Ethics
  • Faith and Doubt
  • Philosophy and Women
  • Fhilosophy and Literature
  • Philosophy and Film


1987 PhD, Marquette University ‐ Existentialism, Medieval Philosophy

Contact Information

Phone: 651-690-6753