Annie Huey

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Annie Huey

Doctoral Student

  • Graduate Assistant

Profile

Annie Huey is a doctoral student studying American Catholic History with a specific interest in the devotional practices of lay women in the 20th century. Annie's other theological interests include faith in literature, the rise of the Nones, and ethnographies. Her master's thesis, defended at Xavier University in 2012, examined a local Catholic high school's initiation tradition in light of the teachings of the school's foundress, Saint Angela Merici. In addition to her theological research, Annie has worked as a high school religion teacher.

Degrees

  • M.A. in Theology, Xavier University
  • B.A. in Theological Studies, Hanover College

Scholarly Publications and Presentations

PRESENTATIONS

"Breaking Bread: Reconnecting to the True Self through Individual and Communal Eating Habits," Butler Undergraduate Research Conference, 2009