Nichole M. Flores, Ph.D.

Dr. Flores investigates the relationship between Catholicism and democracy, emphasizing Latiné theology, ethics, and politics.
Dr. Flores teaches graduate and undergraduate courses that interlace religion, ethics, aesthetics, and democracy.
Dr. Flores earned degrees from Smith College, Yale University, and Boston College.
Public Theology
Dr. Flores offers public lectures and contributes essays, commentary, and interviews to various media outlets.
Image of book cover for The Aesthetics of Solidarity
The Aesthetics of Solidarity
In her first book, Dr. Flores argues for the capacity of Our Lady of Guadalupe—and similar religious symbols—to make democratic claims in public life.