Nichole M. Flores, Ph.D.

The Aesthetics of Solidarity
In her new book, Dr. Flores argues for the capacity of Our Lady of Guadalupe—and similar religious symbols—to make democratic claims in public life.
Dr. Flores investigates the relationship between Catholicism and democracy, emphasizing Latinx theology, ethics, and politics.
Dr. Flores teaches courses in religious ethics to graduate and undergraduate students. She is an Arts & Sciences College Fellow.
Dr. Flores earned degrees from Smith College, Yale University, and Boston College.