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Portrait of Susanna Cantu Gregory

Susanna Cantu Gregory, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
(563) 588-8154
Mary Josita Hall 104
MS 1718 (to send on-campus mail)

Educational Background

Certificate in Fundamentals of Online Teaching, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin

Ph.D. in Theology, University of Dayton, Dayton Ohio
Awarded with Honors

M.A. in Theology, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts  

B.A. in Liberal Studies (Philosophy & Religious Studies), St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas
Summa cum laude

I aim for students to sense their own memories, convictions, questions, and contexts are not only welcome but crucial sources for dialogue in a Religious Studies classroom.

Susanna Cantu Gregory

Profile

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Clarke University, Dubuque, Iowa
Courses:  RELS 100 Foundations of the Spiritual Life; RELS 204 Faith Communities; RELS 304 Faith Communities Intensive; RELS 205 Introduction to the New Testament (traditional undergraduate and hybrid Timesaver versions), RELS 208 Sacramental Experience, RELS 219 Faith and Holistic Development; CU101.11 Transitions

Visiting Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Clarke University, Dubuque, Iowa
Courses:  RELS 100 Foundations of the Spiritual Life; RELS 204 Faith Communities; RELS 205 Introduction to the New Testament (traditional undergraduate and hybrid Timesaver versions), RELS 208 Sacramental Experience

Online Course Facilitator
Satellite Theological Education Program (STEP), University of Notre Dame
Courses:  Introduction to Theology; Doctrine of Salvation in Jesus Christ

Instructor
Religious Studies Department, University of Dayton, Dayton Ohio
Course: REL103 Introduction to Religious Studies – Catholic Option

Theology Teacher
Matignon Catholic High School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Courses: Justice and Peace; Discipleship; Christology; Church

  • Publications

    Paul Grogan and Kirsteen Kim, ed. The New Evangelization:  Faith, People, Context and Practice (Bloomsbury 2015) Horizons, Journal of The College Theology Society 43 1 (2015): 241-242.  Book Review.

    Contesting Catholicity:  Theology for Other Baptists. Five PerspectivesCurtis Freeman.  Contesting Catholicity:  Theology for Other Baptists (Baylor University Press, 2014), Horizons, Journal of The College Theology Society 42 2 (2015):  431-435.  Essay for Panel.

    “The Quietly Erupting Lay Associate Movement in Post-Conciliar Religious Life:  Two Iowa Communities Compared,” God Has Begun a Great Work in Us, Annual Publication of the College Theology Society 60 (2014):  190-202.

  • Memberships

    Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education
    April 2018 – present

    College Theology Society (CTS)
    2006 – present