Aboriginal-non-Aboriginal Relationships: A Focus on Healing

Vol 37 No. 2 (2018)

Catherine Caufield [+-]
Concordia University of Edmonton
Catherine Caufield holds a doctorate in Religious Studies from the Centre for the Study of Religion in the University of Toronto. She has received a number of awards, including a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Toronto and a Foreign Government Award with the Government of Mexico. She taught at the University of Alberta from 2002-2013 where she served in the Faculty of Nursing and the Faculty of Art’s Religious Studies Program and Latin American Studies Programs. Dr. Caufield coordinated the International Research Capacity-Building Program for Nurses to Study the Drug Phenomenon in the Americas, a program hosted by the Faculty of Nursing and funded by the Organization of American States. Her research areas of interest are hermeneutic literary theory and the expression of religion in contemporary local and global sociopolitical contexts. She has published numerous articles in referred journals, as well as the book Hermeneutical Approaches to Religious Discourse in Mexican Narrative. Her second monograph, Jewish Mexican Neomysticism, is currently in production at an academic press.
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Caufield, Catherine. Aboriginal-non-Aboriginal Relationships: A Focus on Healing. Religious Studies and Theology, United Kingdom. v. 37, n. 2 p. 141-146 Nov 2018. ISSN 1747-5414. https://journals.equinoxpub.com/index.php/RST/article/view/37549. Date accessed: 19 Aug 2019 doi: 10.1558/rsth.37549. Nov 2018

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