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  1. 1. 1 Luckman, Harriet A. 741 GAIL GARDNER WAY #F Prescott, Arizona 85306 Contact information: Home: 513-661-7757 Cell: 513-505-3853 Email: hluckman@msn.com Education: 6 months CPE training at Banner Desert Hospital, Mesa Arizona 2013 Ph.D. Marquette University, Religious Studies. December, 2001 M.A. St. Thomas Theological Seminary, Denver, Colorado Systematic Theology 1993 B.A University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. Majors: Communications/ Journalism and German. Minor: Modern Dance [did not finish the degree] Dissertation: “Pneumatology and Asceticism in Basil of Caesarea: Roots and Influence” Directors: Dr. Wanda Zemler-Cizewski and Rev. Michael Fahey, S.J. Professional Experience: 2114 6 months Hospice Chaplain at Hospice Family Care, Prescott, AZ 2003-to present: Associate Professor and Director of the Spirituality Institute, Dept. of Religious Studies. College of Mount St. Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio. 2002-2003 Associate Professor and Chair, Theology Department, Saint John’s Seminary College, Camarillo, California 2001-2002 Associate Director of Collegium, an Institute on Faith and the Intellectual Life, Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut 2001-2002 Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies, Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut 1999 Teaching Fellow, Department of Theology, Marquette University 1996-1998 Teaching Assistant, Department of Theology, Marquette University 1995-1996 Research Assistant, Department of Theology, Marquette University 1986-1994 Parish and Adult Education lecturer in Spirituality and Systematic Theology. Archdiocese of Denver. Teaching Competency [Undergraduate Level] History of Christianity, Early Christianity, History of Spirituality, Theology and Spirituality of the Early Church, Introduction to Theology, Theology of the Holy Spirit, Western Religions and Spirituality, New Age Movements, Inter-Denominational/Religious Dialogues, Church History, Women’s Religious History, Theology of Prayer, Theology of Vocation, Spirituality and Wellness, Personal Spirituality, Liturgy and Sacraments.
  2. 2. 2 Teaching Competency [Graduate Level] History of Christianity Introductory Survey Courses, Early Christianity, History of Spirituality, Ascetical Theology [Theology of Religious Life/ Vocation] Theology and Spirituality in the Early Church, Pneumatology of the Early Church, Women’s Religious History, Theology and Philosophy in the Early Church, Religious Cults and Alternative Spiritualities, Liturgy and Sacraments, Revelation, Creed, and Doctrine. Courses Taught Introduction to Christianity Early Christianity History of Spirituality Christology Western Thought and Culture I and II Saints and Sinners: Virtue and Vice in Contemporary Literature Introduction to Religious Thought Introduction to World Religions Personal Spirituality and Theology of Experience Spirituality and Wellness Liturgy and Sacraments Critical Issues in Systematic Theology Revelation, Creed, and Doctrine Academic Awards/Honors 2006/2007 Nominated for the Established Scholar Award, College of Mt. St Joseph. 2005/2006 Nominated for the Emerging Scholar Award/Established Scholar Award, College of Mount Saint Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio 6/1999 Collegium Graduate Student Fellowship, Fairfield University, Connecticut 1998-1999 Smith Family Dissertation Travel Fellowship 1996-1998 Teaching Assistantship and Tuition Scholarship, Department of Theology, Marquette University 1995-1996 Research Assistantship and Tuition Scholarship, Department of Theology, Marquette University 1994-1995 Tuition Scholarship, Department of Theology, Marquette University 1993 Master of Arts in Systematic Theology, Summa Cum Laude, St. Thomas Theological Seminary, Denver, Colorado RefereedBooks, Articles, Papers, and Reviews Books: Breath of Fire: The Holy Spirit in the Writings of Basil of Caesarea working title for
  3. 3. 3 publication of my dissertation currently under consideration by Leiden Brill, Boston. Purity of Heart in Early Ascetic and Monastic Literature: Essays in Honor of Juana Raasch O.S.B. Harriet A. Luckman and Linda Kulzer O.S.B. editors. Liturgical Press, Collegeville, Minnesota. May, 1999. Refereed, PeerReviewed Articles: “To Be Another Christ’: Monasticism and Spirituality in Early Medieval Europe” Studia Anselmiana. 146. Church, Society, and Monasticism Edited by Eduardo Lopez-Tello Garcia, OSB and Benedetta Selene Zorzi, OSB (Dell’ Instituto Monastico di Sant Anselmo: Roma 2009) pages 193-200. “Vatican II and the Role of Women” Proceedings from the College Theology Society Annual Conference. Edited by William Madges. Orbis Press, 2006. “Celibacy”, “Dualism”, “Piety”, “Sanctification”, “Singleness”, dictionary definitions for “New SCM Dictionary of Christian Spirituality” , edited by Phillip Sheldrake. SCM Canterbury Press, London. UK May, 2005. “Basil of Caesarea, Purity of Heart, and the Rise of the Monastic Ideal” Studia Anselmiana 140 (Dell’Istituto Monastico di Sant Anselmo: Roma 2004) 104-114. “Basil of Caesarea and Purity of Heart” in Purity of Heart in Early Ascetic and Monastic Literature. Eds. Harriet A. Luckman and Linda Kulzer O.S.B. Liturgical Press:1999. “The Pneumatology of Odo Casel, O.S.B.” The American Benedictine Review. September 1998 “St. Walburga: Medieval Nun, Free Woman”Medieval Women Monastics: Wisdoms Wellsprings. Editors, Miriam Schmitt and Linda Kulzer. Liturgical Press:1996 Peer Reviewed Papers for Professional Academic Presentation: Creationism vs. Theology of Creation” Invited paper from the Oxford Round Table Discussion, Oxford, UK July 13-18, 2008 “Women as Christ: Female Images of Women as Christ in Early Hagiography” College Theology Society, Dayton, Ohio. June, 2007. ““To Be Another Christ”: Monasticism and Spirituality in Early Medieval Europe” International Monastic Symposium, May 31-June 3, 2006, San Anselmo, Rome. “Vatican II, the Laity, and the Role of Women”. College Theology Society, Springhill College, Mobile Alabama. June 3, 2005. “Women of the Past, Reclaiming the Future” College Theology Society, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. June 5, 2004. “Spirituality Without Religion: Contemporary Trends and a Catholic Response” Vatican II Lecture Series, Regis University, Denver, Colorado. April 15, 2004. “Alive in Fire: The Holy Spirit and 4th Century Asceticism” Oxford Patristics Conference, Oxford England. August 2003 “Jesus is Apollo: Early Christian Apologetics” Conejo College, Thousand Oaks, California, March 27, 2003
  4. 4. 4 “God’s Women: The Role of Women in the Early Christian Communities” Conejo College, Newbury Park Campus, California, March 19, 2003 “Basil of Caesarea and the Rise of the Monastic Ideal” 50th Anniversary Symposium for the College of San Anselmo, Rome, May 19, 2002 “‘Everybody Stay in Line’: Harmony and Order in Basil of Caesarea” North American Patristics Society. Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois. May 27, 2000 “From St.Benedict to Leonardo DiCaprio: Purity of Heart, Then and Now”. Studium Scholars Lecture Series, College of St. Benedict, St. Benedict’s Monastery, St. Joseph, Minnesota. October 31, 1999. “Basil of Caesarea and the Influence of Stoicism” International Patristics Conference, Oxford, England. August 18, 1999. “Lamps under a Bushel Basket: The Phenomenon of Helfta” Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, Michigan. May 5, 1999. “Purity of Heart: What did the Early Ascetics Talk About?” North American Patristics Society. Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois. May 29, 1998. “Body and Spirit: Dancing or Dueling? The Pneumatology and Asceticism of Basil of Caesarea” North American Patristics Society, Loyola University, Chicago Illinois May 31, 1997. “The Benedictine Tradition and Education” Preparing Future Faculty Workshop on Teaching. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. March 1997. “The Prophet and the Church: Prophecy and Authority in Mandate IX of the Shepherd of Hermas” North American Patristics Society, Loyola University, Chicago Illinois, May 29, 1996. “A Brief Commentary on the Reappraisal of Women’s Roles in the Medieval Church” Women’s History Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. June 22, 1995. Peer Reviewed Book Reviews A peer reviewer for articles to be included in the Journal of Catholic Higher Education. Published by the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, Washington D.C. Reviewed three books for St. Mary’s Press, Winona, MN to determine if the press should publish them for college/university textbooks or not. Christian Hope and Christian Life: Raids on the Inarticulate Rowan A. Greer . Crossroad Publishing :2001.Review for Religious Studies Review. Forthcoming. Reading Renunciation: Asceticism and Scripture in Early Christianity Elizabeth Clark. Princeton University Press:1999. Review for Books & Culture. Forthcoming Ascetics, Society, and the Desert: Studies in Early Egyptian Monasticism James E. Goehring. Trinity Press International. Review for Journal of Early Christian Studies 9.1 (Spring 2001) 143-145 Macrina--Discipula et Magistra Silvia Letsch-Brunner. Berlin: Gruyter 1998. Journal of Early Christian Studies. Forthcoming. Markell von Ankyra: Die Fragmente & Der Brief an Julius von Rom. Herausgegeben, eingelietet, & uberstezt von Markus Vincent. Leiden: Brill 1997. Journal of Early
  5. 5. 5 Christian Studies. Fall, 1999. The Mystery of Christ Made Present: Selected Texts for the Christian Year. Odo Casel O.S.B. Edited and Introduced by Arno Schilson. Petersham: St. Bede’s Publications. 1999. American Benedictine Review. 53.1 (March 2002) 103-104 Committees and Administrative Experience 2010-2012 Re-elected Vice-Chair and Chair (2011) of the Executive Committee of Faculty Assembly. 2009-present Member of the Mission Committee, College of Mount Saint Joseph. 2006-2010 Elected member of the Curriculum Committee, College of Mount Saint Joseph 2006-2007 Chair, Faculty Assembly, College of Mount Saint Joseph 2006-present Task Force on Learning Outcomes and Performance Indicators, College of Mount Saint Joseph. 2006-present Assessment team, College of Mount Saint Joseph. 2005-2008 Board Member for “Kairos Renewal Project” a combination retreat center/ homeless food pantry in Cincinnati, Ohio. 2005-2006: Elected Vice Chair of the Executive Committee of Faculty Assembly, College of Mt. Saint Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio 2005-2006: Appointed member of the subcommittee on Future Outlooks for the College, for the Higher Learning Commission, North Central. 2005-2006: Elected member of the Academic Program Review Committee, College of Mount Saint Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio 2004-2009 Elected member of the Curriculum Committee, College of Mount Saint Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio. 2003-2009 Leadership Team, Women’s Caucus. American Academy of Religion 2003-present Director of the Spirituality Institute, College of Mt. St. Joseph 2002-2003 Curriculum Committee, Saint John’s Seminary College 2002-2003 Faculty Issues Committee, Saint John’s Seminary College 2001-2002 Planning and drafting committee for the Lilly Grant Initiative on Lay Vocations. Fairfield University. Grant was approved by the Lilly Foundation in November, 2001, for the Ignatian Residential College at Fairfield University. 2001-2002 Associate Director of Collegium, which included fundraising, budgeting, office management and related administrative tasks. Fairfield University 1996-1998 Elected member of the Association of Graduate Students in Theology. A liaison association for graduate students, faculty, administrators, and staff at Marquette University. Pastoral Ministry/Spiritual Direction Experience 2013-214 Hospital Chaplain and Hospice Chaplain, Banner Desert Medical Center, Mesa, Hospice Family Care, Prescott, Arizona 1995-2000 Resident Hall Minister, Cobeen Resident Hall. Marquette University Summer:
  6. 6. 6 1998 1997 1996 Summer Resident University Minister, Marquette University 1997 Jan. 1999 Retreat Team, Silent Retreat, Bailey’s Harbor, Wisconsin. Sponsored by Marquette University Ministry April, 1998 Weekend Retreat Facilitator, Marquette University Ministry Nov. 1997 Weekend Retreat Facilitator, Marquette University Ministry 1997-1998 Retreat in Daily Life director. [directed five students] 1982-1994 Director of the Abbey Retreat House, Abbey of St. Walburga, Boulder Colorado. 1989-1994 Director of Retreats and Spiritual Direction, Abbey Retreat House, Abbey of St. Walburga, Boulder, Colorado 1986-1993 Director of Early Novitiate and Junior Professed, Abbey of St. Walburga, Boulder, Colorado 1986-1994 Vocation Director, Abbey of St. Walburga, Boulder, Colorado Workshops, Talks, Lectures in the area of Pastoral Ministry/ Prayer/ Spirituality August2015 Memoril Service for a deceasedpatient. March 31, 2010 History of Holy Week, Twin Towers Wellness Center, Cincinnati, Ohio. March 19, 2010 Lenten talk on Spirituality and Wellness, Westchester Presbyterian Church, Westchester, Ohio March 3, 2010 Lenten talk on Spiritual Practices, Westwood Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, Ohio September 10, 2005: Interview on WMVK, Radio, Springfield, Ohio, with Liz Tasson,: “Spirituality and Health Care.” April 5, 2005 Interview on Channel 5, Morning News, Cincinnati, Ohio: “Pope John Paul II: His Legacy, His Theology, and His Possible Successor” February 17, 2005 “Baptism as Ministry” Lenten Lecture at Bellarmine Chapel, Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio January 20, 2005 “The Single Vocation within Roman Catholicism” Public Lecture, Saint Monica Parish, Cincinnati, Ohio. April 15, 2004 “Spirituality without Religion: Contemporary Trends and a Catholic Response.” Vatican II Lecture Series, Regis University, Denver, Colorado March 17, 2003 “Early Christian Apologists: Christianity in Greek” Lenten University Lecture Series, St. Maximillian Kolbe Parish, Thousand Oaks, California March 11, 2003 “God’s Women: The Church’s Best Kept Secret” Lenten University Lecture Series, St. Maximillian Kolbe Parish, Thousand Oaks, California January 19, 2002: Panel Discussion on Exorcism in America. Cablevision Media, New
  7. 7. 7 York City, New York. April 2, 9, 2000 “Catholics and Lutherans: How, Where, and Why We Differ” Lutheran Church, Pewaukee. Pastor Joseph Smith, sponsor. January, 2000 “Roman Catholics and Lutherans.” Lutheran Adult Education Group. Pastor Paul Erikson, sponsor. March 8, 1999 “Prayer, Discernment, and Living God’s Life” Youth Group, St. James Catholic Church, Mr. Peter Giersch, Youth Minister, Mequon, Wisconsin Dec. 3, 1998 “Prayer and Living with God” Youth Group, St. James Catholic Church, Mr. Peter Giersch, Youth Minister, Mequon, Wisconsin March, 1998 “What is Prayer?” Youth Confirmation Group, St. James Catholic Church. Mr. Peter Giersch, Youth Minister, Mequon, Wisconsin. 1978-1993 Lectures, Workshops, Retreats on Prayer, Spirituality, Discernment, Scripture, Lectio Divina [spiritual reading] Abbey of St. Walburga Retreat House, various Parishes in the Archdiocese of Denver, Colorado Liturgical Experience 1976-1994 Principal Organist and member of the liturgy team, Abbey of St. Walburga, Boulder, Colorado. Areas of Professional and Pastoral Interest Current movements in spirituality and culture, Early Christianity, Pneumatology, Western Religions and Spirituality, New Age Movements, Psycho-Spiritual direction, Inter- Denominational/Religious Dialogues, Religion and Politics, Christianity and first world culture, Religion and media/the arts. Death and dying plus bereavement. Grants and Sponsored Programs: College of Mount Saint Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2004-2005: Assisted Dan Lacy in formulating letter to Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, for assistance in funding the 2005 Spirituality Institute on Spirituality and Healing. Grant obtained: 5K for June, 2005. Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut, 2000-2002: Co-author in Committee for the Lilly Grant offered for innovative programs to foster the Lay Vocation. University project was “Ignatian College”, a residential program for top undergraduate students to foster academic achievement with spiritual development and social action in the surrounding Connecticut towns. Dollar Amount granted in Spring, 2002: 1 Million Dollars, over five years. Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut, 1999-2002: Wrote grants to fund Colliegium, the Institute on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition. Grants awarded during 1999-2002: 10K
  8. 8. 8 annually by the Koch Foundation, 5K annually from the Kelloge Foundation. Professional Societies College Theology Society—Active membership, 2002- present. Presenter, and Chair of Women’s Caucus. Catholic Theological Society of America—Member, 1999 North American Patristics Society—Active Membership, 1994-present. Presenter. American Academy of Religion—Active Membership, 1994-present. Presenter, and Chair of Women’s Caucus Society of Biblical Literature—Member, 1994-present American Benedictine Academy—Active member 1993-1999. Presenter, Author. American Benedictine Researchers—Active member 1993-1999. Presenter, Author. Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality—Active membership, 2001-present. Presentor. College and Department Committee Memberships: College of Mount Saint Joseph: Chair, Executive Committee of Faculty Assembly, 2006-2007. College of Mount Saint Joseph: Vice-Chair, Executive Committee of Faculty Assembly, 2005- 2006 Committee Member, CCEP, 2004-2009 Committee Member, Academic Program Review, 2005-present Committee Member, Search Committee, Department of Religious Studies, Spring 2004. Committee Member, Search Committee, Humanities Department, History Tenure Track Position, Spring 2004. References: Academic: Dr Kathy Hulgin, Associate Professor Education, College of Mount Saint Joseph, Kathy_Hulgin@mail.msj.edu Ulli Brinksmeir, Associate Professor of Music, College of Mount Saint Joseph, Ulli_Brinksmeier@mail.msj Dr. Rebecca Moore, Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies, San Diego State University, San Diego, California Telephone: 619-594-6252. E-Mail: Remoore@mail.sdsu.edu
  9. 9. 9 Dr. Laurie Wright-Garry, Assistant Professor, Mount Mary’s College of Los Angeles, lwgarry@msmc.edu Ministry: Dr. Mary Feeley, Past Director, University Ministry, Marquette University, currently Hospital Chaplain, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota (deceased February 2012) Ken Czillinger, Retired Chaplain for Vitas Hospice Care, Cincinnati, Ohio. kencz@fuse.net tel: 513-474-6866 Catherine Ayers. Volunteer Corodinator Hospice Family Care, Prescott 253-686- Bethany Snyder, Current Social Worker for Prescott Valley Hospital, formally Social worker for Hospice Family Care 716-969-0175 Kate Allen, records keeper for Hospice Family Care. 928-308-0382 Tracy Hunt. Former intake co-ordinator, Hospice Family Care 928-710-8586 Publishing: (upon request) Mr. Steven Hrycyniak, past Publisher, Sheed & Ward Publishing, Franklin, Wisconsin. Jeremy Langford, past Editor-in-Chief, Sheed & Ward Publishing, Franklin, Wisconsin

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