We'd like to introduce you to our 2014/15 Resident Scholars.
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Participants in the writing workshop, A Broader Public: Writing on Religion for a Secular Audience—A Week with Religion Dispatches’ Editors and Author Elizabeth Drescher (June 29-July 5, 2014)

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Introducing our 2014/15 Resident Scholars

Our summer writing workshops are still in full-swing (see the picture above of our most recent group), but in this month's newsletter we're looking ahead to the fall. We'd like to introduce you to the following scholars, who will be at the Collegeville Institute for either one semester or a full academic year, starting in September. (You can view the list of short term scholars on our website.)
 

Dorothy Bass (2014/15)

Project Director, Valparaiso Project on the Education and Formation of People in Faith, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN
Project Title: Growing in Christ: Practical Wisdom for Formation in Faith

Mary Bednarowski (Fall 2014)

Emerita Professor of Religious Studies, United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN
Project Title: Raw Materials: The Creative Afterlives of a Religious Upbringing

Alice Chapman (Spring 2015)

Assistant Professor of Medieval History, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, MI
Project Title: Power, Dominion and Papal Authority: Bernard of Clairvaux’s Legacy

Rebecca Berru Davis (2014/15)

Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA / Billings, MT
Vocation of the Theological Educator

Martin Dojčár (Fall 2014)

Associate Professor, University of Trnava, Kosice, Slovakia
Project Title: The Problem of Self-Transcendence: An Anthropological Approach

Margherita Farina (Spring 2015)

Firenze, Italy

Paul Huh (Fall 2014)

Assistant Professor of Worship and Director of Korean American Ministries, Columbia Theological Seminary, Lawrenceville, GA
Project Title: Lament to Praise: Korean Christian Worship

Jennifer Kryszak (2014/15)

Ph.D. Candidate, Duke University, Durham, NC
Project Title: Visualizing Justice: American Catholic Sisters and the Visual Practice of Church

Shelly Matthews (2014/15)

Ordained Minister/Associate Professor of New Testament, Brite Divinity School, Fort Worth, TX
Project Title: Fleshly Resurrection and Divine Justice: Rethinking the Meaning of Easter Faith

Bonnie Miller-McLemore (Fall 2014)

E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Professor of Religion, Psychology, and Culture, The Divinity School and Graduate Department of Religion, Vanderbilt University, Brentwood, TN
Project Title: Living Theology: Understanding Its Politics, Rehabilitating Its Place

Weldon Nisly (2014/15)

Pastor (ret.), Seattle, WA
Project Title: Living on the Inside of the Edge

Anton Pritula (Fall 2014)

Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
Project Title: Syriac Poetry of the Mongol Time: from Monasteries to the Royal Tents

Mark Schwehn (2014/15)

Professor of Humanities, Christ College, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN
Project Title: Making Things Right

Anthony Siegrist (Spring 2015)

Associate Professor of Christian Theology, Prairie Bible College, Three Hills, Alberta, Canada
Project Title: Technology and Virtue: Resources from the Christian Tradition for Contemporary Life

Fiona Stewart-Darling (Fall 2014)

Bishop's Chaplain in Docklands; Priest Vicar, Canary Wharf Chaplaincy, London, United Kingdom
Project Title: Reflections on Christians Living as Mature Disciples in the Workplace and How the Work of Chaplaincy Supports Them

Susan VanZanten (Fall 2014)

Professor of English, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA
Project Title: The Reading Life

Susan Yanos (Spring 2015)

Freelance Writer, Presenter, and Retreat Director, Cambridge City, IN
Project Title: Mark's Strange Story of Secrecy, Suffering, and Futility

Apply now for 2015-2016 residencies!

We’re currently accepting applications from scholars interested in a 2015-2016 residency, for either one semester or an academic year. Applications are due by Monday, January 13, 2015; early applications are welcome.

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