Latinx Lecture | Neomi DeAnda, Ph.D. | Dec 3 @ 6PM

December 3, 2023

Neomi DeAnda, Ph.D. speaks on Eucharist and World Hunger: Mary, Breast Milk, Synodality, and Lo Cotidiano.

Neomi De Anda, is a tenured Associate Professor in the University of Dayton Department of Religious Studies. She earned M.A. in Theology from the Oblate School of Theology and a M.A. in Educational Leadership from St. Mary’s University, San Antonio. She also earned a Ph.D. in Constructive Theology from Loyola University, Chicago. Dr. De Anda’s intersectional scholarly research focuses on Latinx Christology; theology and breast milk; chisme; the intersection of race and migrations in conjunction with the Marianist Social Justice Collaborative Immigrant Justice Team; and a border theology at the intersections of the environment, migrations, labor and women. She has served as “Scholar in Residence” for the North American Center for Marianist Life (NACMS).  

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