Jeanette Rodriguez, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Religion and the Personality Sciences
Director of ICTC
Malcolm and Mari Stamper Endowed Chair in Catholic Intellectual and Cultural Traditions
Professor, Theology and Religious Studies
Jeanette Rodriguez is a professor at Seattle University and teaches in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, Women Studies, and the Couples and Family Therapy Graduate Program. Rodriguez is the author of several books and articles concentrated in the areas of U.S. Hispanic theology, theologies of liberation, peacebuilding, and women’s spirituality. Her works include Our Lady of Guadalupe: Faith and Empowerment among Mexican American Women (1994); Stories We Live (1996); co-editor with Dr. Maria Pilar Aquino and Dr. Daisy Machado of A Reader in Latina Feminist Theology (2002); co-authored with Dr. Ted Fortier on Cultural Memory: Resistance, Faith and Identity (2007); and A Clan Mother’s Call (2017). She has served as board member for the Academy of Hispanic Theologians in the United States, and as Vice Chair for Pax Christi USA. Rodriguez holds a Ph. D. in Religion and the Personality Sciences from the Graduate Theological Union (1990), Berkeley, California.