Dr. Miller’s Dispatches from Indian Country and Mexico A Gallery of Her Visits for Gender Research

By: Jason Songe, Seminarian, Archdiocese of New Orleans

Dr. Jennifer Miller is currently on a year-long sabbatical from Notre Dame Seminary. She is traveling the world researching for her upcoming book on the theology of masculinity and femininity. Below are two galleries. The first is from her trip to three different reservations, including the Pine Ridge (South Dakota), Northern Cheyenne (Montana) and Crow (Montana) reservations. She was accompanied by seminarian David Bailey. The second is from her Mexico trip with Tanya Cenac, administrative coordinator for lay programs at NDS.

Check out Dr. Miller’s blog posts about her research here and donate to her project here.





About the Author: Jason Songe, Seminarian, Archdiocese of New Orleans

Jason is a seminarian in First Theology.


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