I’ve been writing fiction more seriously lately. And while this website largely went unexplored, now seemed like the right time to showcase the wider range of work I’ve been doing. My academic work is still important to me. Given this, I didn’t want to get rid of the old content. You can now view thatContinue reading “Website Remodel”
Defended my doctoral dissertation at the end of January! With distinction. No revisions required. It was an exceptionally proud day. One filled with gratitude.
I wrote a piece for The Seattle School’s blog Intersections again. This post is titled, “A Divine Challenge” and is posted as part of their sixth annual series on Advent. Enjoy and be challenged!
Grateful to my Hispanic Theological Initiative family for the esteemed honor of being named an HTI/Lilly Fellow for academic year 2019-2020. I’m excited to work hard this year to create constructive, innovative, theologically sound work. Pa’lante!
This past Friday, I sat in a room for three hours and had an incredible conversation with my committee. Having read four papers I’d composed over the last year, my committee came with insights and observations and asked questions and it was glorious. I felt seen by them and what’s more, I felt like theyContinue reading “Comprehensive Exams Passed with Distinction”
I’m honored to have been chosen as one of the 2018-19 Wabash Doctoral Teaching Seminar students! The Wabash Center supports theology and religion faculty and doctoral students reflecting on their teaching practice. Facilitating faculty conversations about the goals and processes of teaching and student learning, their programming develops faculty skills for critical reflection. Being partContinue reading “Wabash 2018-19 Doctoral Teaching Seminar”
Thanks for joining me! This is where I’ll be highlighting items of note — recent publications, burning questions, and scattered miscellany. I was recently published in Intersections, the fantastic blog at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology, curated by the immensely talented Beau Denton. My piece “Prophetic Rage: The Theology of Women’s Anger” focuses onContinue reading “The Journey Begins”