Enrico Beltrami, Ph.D.
Enrico Beltramini studied business, history, and theology. His interests cover the history of 20th-century theology of religions and sacramental theology in Roman Catholicism, with a special focus on religions of India. He also researches the history of the economic equality in the United States. His publications include India and the Sacramental: Catholic Theology Between Mystic India and Dominus Jesus (forthcoming with Peter Lang) and Guns and Butter: The Economic Ideas of the Civil Rights Leaders (1946-1974) (forthcoming with Praeger). His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Studies in World Christianity, Asiatische Studien / Études Asiatiques, Rupkatha Journal, Fire! The Journal of Black Studies, and as chapters in anthologies such as The Cultural History of Money and Credit: A Global Perspective and The Economic Civil Rights Movement.
- Ph.D., University of London
- Ph.D., University of Manchester, England
- MBA, MPhil, University of Stirling, Scotland
- BA, Catholic University of Milan