Title and discipline: senior lecturer II,
Office location: Old Main 416
Areas of specialization: medieval church
history, protestant reformation, 18th and 19th century women's
history, postcolonial theory and theology, ecofeminist philosophy.
Teresa serves as a part of the adjunct faculty in Women's
Studies at SMU while also teaching philosophy at Pierce Community
College. She is an organic whole foods activist studying traditional
diets and sacred modalities on eating.
Select publications: Spiritual Foodways:
Women's Sacred Journey with Food (forthcoming)
Areas of interest (professional / personal):
Teresa teaches courses in food justice and holistic eating practices
across Washington State.
Education: B.A., Saint Martin's University;
M.A.; George Fox University; Ph.D. California
Institute of Integral Studies
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