Laura Ammon Ph.D.

There are 4 included publications by Laura Ammon Ph.D.:

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Bernardino de Sahagún, Jose de Acosta and the Sixteenth-Century Theology of Sacrifice in New Spain 2011 577 No abstract available
Graduate Women's Studies: An Assessment after Two Decades 1999 345 No Abstract Available
Liberation Theology In Battleground Religious Education 2008 396 Liberation Theology is a twentieth-century theological movement that intersects with grassroots struggles for social justice, especially throughout Latin America. Born out of the Roman Catholic Church, and especially the changes formed at the great c...
Where We Have Gone Before: Star Trek Into and Out of Darkness 2014 525 Star Trek functions as a religion though its universe is explicitly humanistic and secular. Star Trek Into Darkness offers an interpretation of 9/11 and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. While the creators may not have intended the film as a religiou...