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"Without Faces": Women's Perspectives on Contextual Missiology

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October 3, 2011:

The Twelfth Annual Louis J. Luzbetak, S.V.D., Lecture on Mission and Culture

"'Without Faces': Women's Perspectives on Contextual Missiology."

Dr. Cathy Ross, a New Zealander, has worked as a missionary in Uganda and currently teaches both at the Anglican Seminary in Cuddeston, UK, near Oxford. She is also a lecturer at Regent's Park College, University of Oxford. She is the executive secretary of the International Association for Mission Studies and is the author of Women with a Mission: Rediscovering Missionary Wives in Early New Zealand. She has coedited Mission in the 21st Century and Mission in Context.

Dr. Ross is the author of Women with a Mission: Rediscovering Missionary Wives in Early New Zealand, and co-editor or Mission in the 21st Century and Mission in Context.

Featuring: Dr. Cathy Ross