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Faculty of Theology and Philosophy
School of Theology
Gemma Tulud Cruz was born and raised in the Philippines where she completed an undergraduate degree in Education (major in English and Religious Education) and a Masters degree in Religious Studies. She did a case study of women victims of domestic violence for her Masters thesis. She completed her Ph.D in Theology, with high distinction, at Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen in the Netherlands with a dissertation on the Filipina migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong.
Dr. Cruz worked and lived for several years in the United States prior to moving to Australia. She was assistant professor in Theology at St. Ambrose University then visiting assistant professor in Catholic Studies as well as fellow at the Centre for World Catholicism and Intercultural Theology at DePaul University in Chicago.
Dr. Cruz's research expertise is on migration, Catholic social ethics, and on contextual theologies, particularly feminist, liberation, and Asian theologies. She has an international profile as a scholar of migration theology. She has given invited lectures and presentations all over the world and has done peer-reviews of manuscripts for prestigious journals and publishers on the topic of migration. She is also interested in research in the area of missiology and intercultural theology as well as on the topic of globalization. She is the Coordinator of the Globalization Interest Group at the Catholic Theological Society of America.
: 3827 (Melbourne) : Gemma.Cruz@acu.edu.au
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