BA College of St. Elizabeth (NJ) 1964; PhD Georgetown University 1974
Philosophy of religion, American philosophy, philosophy and feminisms, women's studies, Latin American studies
Recovering feminist theorists as philosophers, integrating feminist theory, spirituality, and politics; feminist philosophy of religion; and feminist implications of Whitehead's philosophy
Co-editor, "Epilogue: Feminist Philosophy of Religion" (Hypatia: Journal of Feminist Philosophy, 1994); "The Woman: Elizabeth Bayley Seton, 1797-1803" (Vincentian Heritage, 1993)and video slide presentation; "What's at Stake: Women Religious Naming Ourselves Women" in Claiming Our Truth: Reflections on Identity in U.S. Women Religious (1988); articles in New Scholasticism, Process Studies, Living Light, Probe, New Directions for Women; most recent reviews in America.
Director, Latin American study group to Mexico and Central America; facilitator, speaker at women-centered conferences in South America and the United States; consultant for women's centers in Chile, Peru, Bolivia, and Mexico
Phi Eta Sigma Award for Distinguished Teaching 1989; Colgate University grants: Research Council, Faculty Development; Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship