Assistant Teaching Professor
Primary Field of Study: Systematic Theology
Ph.D., University of Notre Dame
Research and Training Interests
Systematic Theology, Trinity, Psychoanalytic theory, Marxist thought, German Idealism, French phenomenology and postmodernism
“‘As love, the giver is perfect’: Love at the Limit of Representation in the Thought of Cyril O’Regan,” In An Apocalypse of Love: Essays in Honor of Cyril J. O’Regan. Edited by Jennifer Newsome Martin and Anthony C. Sciglitano, Jr. (New York: Crossroad, 2018).
“The Personalist Awakening in 20th Century Catholic Moral Thought,” Church Life Journal (Summer 2018).
“Slavoj Žižek is A Frayed Knot: Or, Why Should We Care What a Slovenian Atheist Has to Say About Jesus Christ,” Church Life: A Journal for the New Evangelization (Winter 2013, republished with minor revisions and slightly different title Winter 2018).
“Nourishing the Imagination: Science & Religion,” Church Life Journal (Summer 2017).
Jay Martin writes and researches at the intersection of Catholic systematic theology, psychoanalysis, French and German philosophical thought, and emancipatory political theory, as well on issues in the dialogue between science and religion, comparative theology, and critical race and decolonial thought.