Dr. Ivy Helman



  • Office: 2.40

  • e-mail: IvyAnn.helman@fhs.cuni.cz

  • tel.: 224 271 451


Tutorial

SIS.


A List of Current Courses

SIS.


Specialisation

feminism in religion, ecofeminism, gender and psychology, feminist futures and antiwar activism


Education

Ph. D., Religion, 2009

Specialization: Women’s Studies and Theology, Culture and Ethics

Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA, USA


M.A.R., Religion, 2003

Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA


B.A., Anthropology/Spanish, Museum Studies, 2000

magna cum laude, Departmental Honors in Anthropology,

Beloit College, Beloit, WI, USA


Research and Publications

Books

Women and the Vatican: An Exploration of Official Documents. New York: MaryKnoll Publishing, 2012. (under name: Ivy A. Helman)


Articles

“Queer Systems: The Benefits of a More Systematic Approach to Queer Theology.” CrossCurrents 61 Issue 1. (March 2011): 45–62. (under name: Ivy A. Helman)


“A Professor Tries to Teach Students to Be Activists.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 55, no. 8. (October 17, 2008): 36–37. (under name: Ivy A. Helman)


Blog

2012–present

Regular contributor, Feminism and Religion, feminismandreligion.com


Presentations

  • “Feminism and the Environmental Crisis: What is Ecofeminism and Why It is Essential,” (Klimadílna, Limity jsme my, Prague, Czech Republic, November 23, 2019).

  • “From the Beginning: Refugees in the Jewish Tradition,” (Conference on the Role of Academia and Religious Leaders in Relation to Refugees, Human Rights League, Bratislava, Slovakia, October 27, 2017).

  • “Patriarchal Violence: The Connection between Feminism, the Environmental Crisis

    and the Situation of Refugees in the World Today,” (Amnesty International, English Language Group, Prague, Czech Republic, May 24, 2017).

  • “The Jewish Genocide,” (Chelmsford High School, Chelmsford, MA February 10, 2014).

  • “Intolerance and Dehumanization: Steps towards the Final Solution,” (The Causes and Legacies of Genocide, Pentucket Regional High School, West Newbury, MA February 4, 2014).

  • Facilitator (Can I Sit at Your Table? An interfaith-intercultural dialogue dinner about diversity and inclusion, Merrimack College, November 12, 2013.)

  • Presenter (Opening Plenary “Boston – A Storied Place,” Religious Education Association’s Annual Meeting, Boston MA November 8, 2013.)

  • Co-Facilitator (Men and the Monologues, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, February 15, 2010.)

  • “The Practice of Indulgences.” (Guest Lecture, Carroll University, Waukesha, WI, November 2006.)

    “Rock is Cool but the Struggle is Better…” (Engendering Diversity, University of LaVerne, LaVerne, CA March 31, 2005).

  • “Women’s Music and the Queer Community.” (Queering the Discourse, Claremont Graduate University, February 19, 2005.)

  • Moderator “Exploring Embodied Knowledge rather than Revelation as Standard.” (Exploring Pagan Spirituality from the Center, January 23, 2005.)

  • “Being Out in the Academy.” (American Academy of Religion, Western Region, Whittier College, Whittier, CA, March 2004.)


Awards and Honours

2007 Dissertation Grant, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA

2003–2005 Fellowship, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA

2001–2003 Fellowship, Yale University, New Haven, CT

2000 magna cum laude, Beloit College, Beloit, WI

2000 Departmental Honors in Anthropology, Beloit College, Beloit, WI


Teaching Experience

2015–present

Lecturer, Gender Studies

Charles University, Faculty of Humanities, Prague, Czech Republic


2015–present

Lecturer II, Jewish Studies

Anglo-American University, Prague, CR


2010–2014

Lecturer in Religious and Theological Studies

Merrimack College, North Andover, MA, USA


2012

Lecturer in the Women’s Studies Department

Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, USA


2009–2012

Lecturer in Religion and Philosophy

Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, USA


2005–2007

Adjunct Lecturer

Carroll University, Waukesha, WI, USA


2003

Teaching Assistant “Death and Dying”

Dr. Riaz Hassan, Sociology Department

Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA


2002

Teaching Assistant, “Social Problems”

Dr. Andrew Schrank, Sociology Department

Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA





















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Contacts

Charles University

Faculty of Humanities

Gender Studies Programme

Pátkova 2137/5

182 00 Praha 8 - Libeň

Czech Republic


Other contacts


Mgr. Michaela Červenková

Secretary of the Gender Studies Programme


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tel.: +420 224 271 451