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Professor Kieran Scott, Associate Professor of Theology and Religious Education. B.A., St Patrick's (Ireland); M.A., NY Theological Seminary; Ed.D., Columbia
Graduate School of Religion and Religious Studies
, Fordham University, New York


Office:

Fordham University
441 E. Fordham Road
Keating Hall Room 303
Bronx, New York  10458


Email: kieranscott@yahoo.com/ kscott@fordham.edu

Home Phone: (973) 310-3621

Work Phone: (718) 817-4817

Fax: (718) 817-3352


Subjects Taught

Graduate Teaching

The Church in the 21 st Century
Research Methods in Religious Education
Doctoral Seminar in Religious Education
Education Dissertation Mentoring Seminar in Religious
Special Issues in Religious Education Youth and Young Adults
Parish Ministry: Theology and Pastoral Practice
Church Mission and Ministry
Special Question: Youth Ministry
Adult Learning and Development
Foundations in Theology
Theology After Vatican II
Foundations of Religious Education
Curriculum and Religious Education
Re-Imaging the Church
Profession, Power and Praxis in Church Ministry
Imagination: Ministry and Religious Education
Images of the Divine: Exploring the Familiar, Recovering the Ancient, Visioning the New
Fashioning a People: The Faith Community as a Learning Community
Leadership: Empowering a Ministerial Community
Models of Religious Education
Catholic Theology and Education: An Introduction.
Historical, Philosophical and Social Foundations of Education
The Catechumenate and Liturgical Catechesis
Theology of Marriage and Family

Undergraduate Teaching

The Nature of Religious Experience
Towards a Theology of Christian Marriage
Revisioning the Church
Educational Ministry in the Congregation
Religion and Human Development
Contemporary Curriculum Issues in Religious Education
The Family as Religious Educator
Education toward Christian Maturity
Ethics and Modern Professionalism
Educational Ministry in the Community
Marriage: A Developmental Journey
The Nature of Religious Experience
Revisioning the Church


Experience:

Associate Professor Religion and Religious Education, Fordham University, New York (1999-2010)
Professor of Religion and Religious Education (Clinical Appointment) Fordham University, New York, (1998-1999)
Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education, Fordham University (1997-1998)
Professor ofTheology and Religious Education, St. Bonaventure University,St. Bonaventure, New York. (1988-1994)
Associate Professor of Theology and Religious Education, St. Bonaventure University,St. Bonaventure, New York. (1985-1988)
Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Education, St. Bonaventure University,St.
Bonaventure, New York. (1978-1985)
Adjunct Professor, Villanova University (1978,1983)
Adjunct Professor, LaSalle University (1983-1997)
Adjunct Professor, Unification Seminary, Barrytown, N.Y. (1983-1997)
Adjunct Professor, Fordham University,N.Y. (1994-1996)
Faculty Mentor, Thomas Edison State College, Trenton, N.J. (1995-2000)
Teacher of Religion, Bergen Catholic, Oradell, N.J. (1994-1997)



Publications: Books and Articles


Illness and the Paradox of Power: A Spirituality of Mortality In Beverly Musgrave and Neil J. McGettigan, OSA (eds). Spiritual and Psychology Aspects of Illness (Paulist Press, 2010).

Remembering Mary Magdalene, The Furrow 59, 2008

The Language of Lay Ecclesial Ministry: Naming and Political Design. In Harold Daly Horell (ed), Cause for Rejoicing: Reflection on CoWorkers in the Vineyard of the Lord. (forthcoming)

Human Sexuality in the Catholic Tradition (eds) Kieran Scott and Harold Daley Horell (Rowman
and Littlefield, 2007),233 page collection with 13 chapters

Moving Beyond the Sound of Silence. In Kieran Scott and Harold Daley Horell (eds). Human Sexuality in the Catholic Tradition (Rowman and Littl eld, 2007).

Cohabitation: A Reassessment. In Kieran Scott and Harold Daley Horell (eds). Human Sexuality in the Catholic Tradition (Rowman and Littlefield, 2007).

Communion in the Dark: The Cinema as Cathedral, The Furrow 58,1 January 2007.

Perspectives on Marriage, Third Edition. (eds) Kieran Scott & Michael Warren, (Oxford,2oo6) , A
472 page collection with 41 chapters. Primary editor.

Cohabitation and Marriage as a Life-Process. In Scott and Michael.Warren (eds)
Perspectives on Marriage, Third Edition (Oxford 2006).

The Schoolteacher's Dilemma: To Teach Religion or ot to Teach Religion? In Oliver Brennan
(ed) Critical Issues in Religious Education (Veritas Press) (2005).

Continuity and Change in Religious Education: Buildingg on the Past, Re-imagining the Future. In
Oliver Brennan (ed). Critical Issues in Religious Education (Veritas Press) (2005).

Practicing the Trinity in the Local Church: The Symbol As Icon and Lure. In Oliver Brennan (ed).
Critical Issues in Religious Education (Veritas Press) (2005).

Is Adult Education Unique? Probing Some Premises and Possibilities. The Living Light, 39,1, (2002).

Practicing the Trinity in the Local Church: The Symbol as Icon and Lure. Review and Expositor, 99,3,2002.

A Middle Way: The Road Not Traveled. (2001) The Living Light 37 (4).

"To Teach Religion or Not To Teach Religion: Is That the Dilemma?", Religious Education as
Practical Theology
(eds) Bert Roebben and Michael Warren in (Peeters Press and Louvain University
Press, 2001).

A Spirituality of Resistance for Marriage (2000) in Kieran Scott and Michael Warren,eds Perspectives on Marriage, Second Edition (Oxford University Press).

Perspectives on Marriage, Second Edition (Oxford University Press, 2000) 472 page collection coedited
with Michael Warren.

Three Traditions of Religious Education (1994) in Jeff Astley and Leslie J.Francis eds. Critical Perspectives on Christian Education (Fowler Wright)

Perspectives on Marriage (Oxford University Press, 14 3) 440 page collection edited with Michael Warren.

The New Man and Male Identity (1993) in Kieran Scott and Michael Warren,eds. Perspectives on Marriage. (Oxford University Press).

Conflicting Professional and Institutional Demans and Expectations on Faculty (1992). Discoveries: Essays on Teaching and Learning, 1(1).

Religion in the Curriculum of U.S. Public Schools (1992). Explorations: Journal for Adventurous Thought, 10 (4).

Religion Courses in a University (1988). The Alternative, 15, (2).

Three Traditions of Religious Education (1984). Religious Education, 79 (3).

For the Feminization of Patriotism (1984). The Alternative 10, (4).

Director of Religious Education and Professionalization (1983). Professional Approaches for Christian Educators, 14.

Balancing the Competing Claims of the Self and the Social (1982). Professional Approaches for Christian Educators, January (12).

Some Problems Raised by the National Catechetical Directory (1982). Professional Approaches for Christian Educators, March (12).

Catechesis and Religious Education: Uncovering the Nature of our Work (1982). Professional Approaches for Christian Educators. April (12).

Revelation: The Search for a Common Starting Point (1982). Professional Approaches for Christian
Educators
, May (12).

Youth Education as Problematizing Political Forms (1982) Religious Education, 75(2).

The House as a Religious Symbol (1982). The Altemative 8(2).

From Theory to Practice: Curriculum (1982). Religious Education 75 (16).
Response to lead article.

Religious Education and Professional Religious Education: A Conflict Interest? (1982).
Religious Education, 75(6).

The Local Church as an Ecology of Human Development (1981). Religious Education, 76(2).

Collapsing the Tensions (1981). The Living Light: An Interdisciplinary Review of Christian Education, 18 (2)

Communicative Competence and Religious Education (11980). Lumen Vitae: International Review of Religious Education. 35(1).

The Family, Feminism and Religious Education (l980) Religious Education: Journal of REA and
APRRE. 75(3).

 

Publications: Book Reviews

Finding God Again: Spirituality for Adults (2009) Journal of Adult Theological Education 6,1.

Water is Thicker Than Blood (2009) Theology Today 63,3.

Black Religious Experience (2009) Horizons 36,1.

The Religious Education of Adults (2006) Journal of Adults Theological Education 3,1.

The Geography of Faith: Underground Conversations on Religious, Political and Social Change.(2002). The Living Light 39,2.

Forging a Better Religious Education in the Third Millenniun (2000). The Living Light. 36 (Winter).

Theologies of Religious Education, Religious Education, 93 (3), 1998.

Educating Religiously in the Multi-Faith School (1993) Religious Education, 88 (1).

Religious Education as a Second Language (1992).Religious Education, 87 (4).

How Faith Matures (1991). Horizons, 18(1).

Fashion Me a People: Curriculum in the Church (1990).Horizons 17 (1).

Adolescent Spirituality: Pastoral Ministry for High School and College Youth (1986). Religious Education, 81.

Sourcebook for Modern Catechetics (1986). Horizons, 13 (1).

Contemporary Approaches to Christian Education (1983). Horizons, 10 (2).

'Interplay: A Theory of Religion and Education' by Gabriel Moran, Religious Education, 77:2 (1982:Mar./Apr.) p.240

Ministry and Education in Conversation (1981). The Living Light, 18 (3).

The Art ofThomas Merton (1981). Cithara, 20 (2).

Paradoxes of Education in a Republic (1980). Religious Education, 75 (4).

Christian Religious Education (1980). New Catholic World, 223 (6).

Myths in Education (1979). Religious Education, 74 (3).




 


 



 

 

 

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