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Dr. Starkey is Associate Professor of Theology and Religious Studies. She serves as the Department Chair and is also the 2013 Benedictine Professor of General Education. Recent presentations include the United Nations for the 57th Commission on the Status of Women; the Pilgrimage Studies Symposium at the College of William and Mary; and the International Conference on Religion and Spirituality in Society in Costa Rica. She is the author of The Shame that Lingers: A Survivor-centered Critique of Catholic Sin-talk (2009). Her scholarly interests include Feminist, Liberation and Political Theologies; Spirituality and Mystical Theology; Christian Ethics and Social Justice; Feminist Theory/Philosophy/Ethics, Religion and Psychology. Dr. Starkey is an Honors faculty member and also teaches in the DIgnitas Program, Women and Religion, Sin, Suffering and Salvation, Contemporary Moral Issues, Philosophies of Feminism and Theologies of Peace and Justice.
Gary Boelhower is professor of theology and religious studies. He teaches courses in healthcare ethics, contemporary moral issues, death and dying, leadership and ethics, servant leadership, ministry and religions of the world. He has been involved in education for over 40 years as a high school teacher, college professor, chair of humanities, dean of lifelong learning, dean of graduate studies and vice president for academic affairs. He was co-founder and first executive director of the Center for Spirituality and Leadership at
Dr. Campbell is an Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at the College. His academic interests include Gospel of Mark; Gospel of Luke; Acts of the Apostles; Letters of Paul, and Interpretive methods. During his sparetime, Dr. Campbell enjoys playing basketball, tennis, walking, reading, watching TV and politics.
Sister Mary Josephine is an Associate Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at the College of St. Scholastica. She teaches courses in Benedictine Tradition, Introduction to Spirituality, Spirituality for the 21st Century, and Women Mystics. She has directed a series of thirteen weekend spirituality conferences on various topics of concern in the church. In addition, she enjoys retreat work. During her spare time, Sister Mary Josephine enjoys candle making, gardening, walking, reading, and playing the organ.