Short version of Curriculum Vitae; see the full version here.
Name: Mary Cecilia Grey
Address: West Mill, Fullerton Road, Wherwell, Hampshire SP11 7JS.
Born: 16.6.41 at Houghton-le-Spring, Co.Durham, UK.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS/ Higher Education
1959 Genner Exhibition to Annes College, Oxford.
1959-63 BA Hons in Literae Humaniores, (1)University of Oxford, (Upper Second).
1965 MA (Oxon).
1973-4 Diploma in Pastoral Catechetics, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium.
1974-77 MA in Religious Studies and STB in Theology, University of Louvain, Belgium - Magna cum Laude.
1987 Ph.D in Theology, Louvain , Belgium - Summa cum Laude.
TEACHING POSTS in Higher Education
1980-89 St Marys College of Higher Education, Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, (University of Surrey), Department of Theology:
1988-1993 Catholic University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands:
- Professor of Feminism and Christendom, Department of Theology.
- Guest Lecturer, Katholieke Leergang, Tilburg, The Netherlands.
1993-97 Professor of Contemporary Theology, University of Southampton, based at La Sainte Union College. Scholar-in-Residence, Sarum College, Salisbury. Visiting Professor, University of Southampton.
1998 April-June: Alexander Robertson Lecturer, University of Glasgow, Scotland.
From September 1998: Honorary Professor, University of Wales, St Davids, Lampeter.
From October 2000: D.J.James Professor of Pastoral Theology, University of Wales, Lampeter.
Single-authored books*(2)(Chapters in books, articles and public lectures are listed in full CV).
1983 In Search of the Sacred: Sacraments and Parish Renewal. Wheathampstead: Anthony Clarke.
1987 * Christian Feminist Spirituality of Redemption as Mutuality- in- Relation, (Doctoral Thesis, University of Louvain).
1989 * Redeeming the Dream: Feminism, Redemption and Christian Tradition, London: SPCK. (USA Edition: Feminism, Redemption and Christianity,Twenty Third Publications, Mystic, Conn., 1990; Dutch edn., De Verlossing van de Droom, Kampen: Kok, 1991).
1991 From Barriers to Community: the Challenge of the Gospel for a Divided Society, (London: Harper Collins).
1993 * The Wisdom of Fools? Seeking Revelation for Today, (London, SPCK) Short-listed for Harper Collins Religious Book Prize.
1997 a Prophecy and Mysticism: The Heart of the Post-modern Church, (Edinburgh: T.& T. Clark).
1997 b Beyond the Dark Night- a Way forward for the Church? (London: Cassell).
2000 The Outrageous Pursuit of hope: Prophetic Dreams for the 21st Century.(London: Darton, Longman and Todd).
2001 Introducing Feminist Images of God, (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press)
Other Professional Activity
I edited the journal Ecotheology from 1993-2001, and now co-edit the series (15 vols.) Introducing Feminist Theology for Sheffield Academic Press, now Continuum. (Co published with Pilgrim, New York). I also supervise PHD Research students at Lasmpeter, in the University of Wales.
- I am a Trustee of the Dalit Solidarity Network, UK. I am a member of the Advisory Board of the Trinity Institute for Christianity and Culture.
- I am a former President of the European Society of Women in Theological Research
- I lecture widely, in a number of countries in areas of social justice, and related areas of prophetic and ecological spirituality.
- I am involved in Kairos Europa, a network of European Churches and coalitions opposed to globalisation.
- I continue to work as a Trustee of the NGO I co-founded, Wells for India,(focusing on water in desert areas and related social issues. This involves annual visits to Rajasthan, and working with Gandhian NGOs in India. In January 2001 I organised a seminar with scholars in the University of Rajasthan on Women and Globalisation.
I am married to Nicholas Grey. We have 4 children, all pursuing their own careers. We live in a little thatched cottage by the river Test.
Home: West Mill, Fullerton Road, Wherwell, Hampshire SP11 7JS, UK Tel/Fax:0044 1264-860159.
Work: 1) Sarum College, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1
2) Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Wales, Lampeter.
(1) Classics, Philosophy and Ancient History.
(2) * Asterisked works represent the trilogy, being my main research work, a relational theology from a feminist perspective.