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Prof Lorna Bowman

Professor (full) of Religious Studies, Brescia University College & Professor of Religious Studies, Member of the School of Graduate Studies at Western for Huron Divinity College and Brescia University College, The University of Western Ont


BSc, MA, MED, EdM, EdD (Columbia University, New York City)
Professor (full) of Religious Studies, Brescia University College & Professor of Religious Studies, Member of the School of Graduate Studies at Western for Huron Divinity College and Brescia University College, The University of Western Ontario
Also: Member of the School for Doctoral and Post Graduate Studies, The University of Western Ontario for the Faculty of Theology, Huron University College, Lonodn, canada
Formerly: Academic Dean, Brescia University College, Director of Religious Education Programs & Associate Professor Pastoral Theology/Religious Education, Faculty of Theology, University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto School of Theology
Areas: The intersection of religion and education. Education for Religious & Spiritual Development
Research: Latterly, inculturation and how women in West Africa, who received a mission education based on a philosophy of Catholic education developed in Europe interpreted and adapted it to their religio-cultural context throughout their professional lives
Publications: ‘Understanding the Study of Religion in Undergraduate Programs of Religious Studies as Religious Education.’ Religious Education 101: 2 (Spring 2006): Guest Editorial: ‘Embracing the Past, Envisioning the Future: Religious Education in an Age of Transition.’ Religious Education 99:2 (Summer 2004). ‘Catholic Mission Education of Women in West Africa and Grassroots Inculturation.’ Journal of Religious Education (Australia) 50/3 ( 2002 ). ‘Working with Experience: The Mentor, the Context, the Possibility.’ British Journal of Theological Education 12/1 (August 2001). ‘Glimpses of Christ Incarnated and Communicated in West Africa.’ Source, no.35 (1997). ‘The History of Women, Religion and Education: A Methodological Approach.’ Toronto Journal of Theology 11/2 (Fall 1995)