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Tracy Tiemeier

Associate Professor of Theological Studies

Los Angeles, CA, UNITED STATES

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

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Biography

Tracy Sayuki Tiemeier is Associate Professor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA. She specializes in Asian/Asian American theology, comparative theology, feminist theology, Hindu-Christian studies, and interreligious dialogue. A mixed Japanese-German American Catholic background full of saints and ancestors, a Midwest upbringing, and an abiding love of science fiction/fantasy/horror/dystopian worlds make her particularly interested to integrate critical theory, feminist theory, multiracial theory, and popular culture studies into her Catholic theological work.

Education

Boston College

Ph.D., Systematic Theology and Comparative Theology

University of Notre Dame

M.A., Theology

University of Notre Dame

B.A., Philosophy and Theology

Areas of Expertise

Asian and Asian American TheologyTheology and CultureInterreligious DialogueHindu-Christian StudiesFeminist TheologyComparative TheologyCritical Theory and Theology

Courses

FYS: Zombies, God, and Empire

First Year Seminar

Comparative Theology

Theological Inquiry

Women and Religion

Faith and Reason; Oral Skills; Information Literacy

Pop Hinduism

Faith and Reason; Writing; Information Literacy

The Sacred, Sinister, and Strange

Faith and Reason; Oral Skills; Information Literacy

Theological Anthropology

Major/Minor Seminar

Vatican II and Beyond: Faith, Culture, and the Global Church

Major/Minor Seminar

Strangers and Monsters

Major/Minor Seminar

Introduction to Systematic Theology

Graduate Seminar

Feminist Theology

Graduate Seminar

Comparative Theology

Graduate Seminar

Comprehensive Exam Seminar

Graduate Seminar

Research and Writing Seminar

Graduate Seminar

Foundations of Yoga Studies

Graduate Seminar