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About Cynthia Cameron

Cynthia L. Cameron is an adjunct instructor of Catholic Studies at Sacred Heart University. Her area of specialization is religious education (the role of Catholic schools and schooling) and she is also interested in questions of theological anthropology as it intersects with gender and age -- particularly adolescence. Her research extends around the theological questions and pastoral responses to girls and young women who self-harm, both of which areas of research stem, in part, from her work as a teacher in a Catholic secondary school for girls in DC.

Positions

January 2017 - Present Adjunct Instructor Catholic Studies, Sacred Heart University Catholic Studies
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Curriculum Vitae




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Education

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2012 - 2017 Ph.D. in Theology and Education, Boston College ‐ School of Theology and Ministry
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2004 - 2007 Graduate Certificate Theological Studies, Washington Theological Union
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2003 - 2007 MA School Administration, The Catholic University of America
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1990 - 1992 MAR Hebrew Scripture, Yale University ‐ Yale Divinity School
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1986 - 1990 B.A. Religion, Denison University
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Contact Information

Catholic Studies
Academic Building SC 128
203-396-8051

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