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educator , theologian

Maryann Hinsdale, American theologian, educator. Ecumenical Exchange scholar World Council of Churches, Tuebingen, Germany, 1980-1981; Mary Rowell Jackman Feminist scholar, Toronto School of Theology, 1981-1982; named Warren Distinguished Visiting Professor of Catholic Studies University Tulsa, 1990.

Background

Hinsdale, Maryann was born on April 10, 1947 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Benjamin William and Janice (Gorman) Hinsdale.

Education

Bachelor, Marygrove College, 1970. Master of Arts, Catholic University, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy, University St. Michaels, 1984.

Licentiate in Sacred Theology, Regis College, Toronto, 1983.

Career

Assistant professor, St. John's Provincial Seminary, Plymouth, Michigan, 1982-1987; assistant professor, Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1987-1993; associate professor, Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts, since 1993; director women's studies, Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993-1994. Director College Theology Society, 1986-1989. Trustee Marygrove College, Detroit, 1984-1990.

Works

Membership

Member College Theology Society (vice president since 1994), Catholic Theological Society of America, American Academy Religion, Women's Initiative in Theology, Sisters IHM.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: music, swimming, walking.

Connections

father:
Benjamin William Hinsdale

mother:
Janice (Gorman) Hinsdale