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Stephanie Ann Puen

Philippines
Institution Fordham University
Position PhD Candidate and Teaching Fellow
Email Address spuen@ateneo.edu
University Profile Website URL
Recent Publications
  • Articles: “Promoting Ignatian Values in Teaching Economics: Reconciling the Standard Microeconomic Theory of Individual Preference-Maximizing Behavior with the Catholic Social Norms of Cooperation,” Social Transformations: Journal of the Global South. Co-authored with Joselito T. Sescon, Philip Arnold P. Tuaño, Rachel Joyce Marie O. Sanchez, and Jaime A. Acevedo (forthcoming)
  • "Food Justice and Nutrition: Catholic Social Thought and Fast Food Companies," Loyola Papers 1:1 (2020).
  • "Addressing the Anthropology of Business Ethics: Insights from Catholic Social Thought," Journal of Religion and Business Ethics 4: Art. 8 (2019), https://via.library.depaul.edu/jrbe/vol4/iss1/8/.
  • “Vocation and Work in the Spirit: Understanding Charisms in Relation to Work and Vocation” in Perspectives in the Arts and Humanities 6:1 (2016), 107 – 123. http://dx.doi.org/10.13185/AP2016.06107
  • “Deconstructing and Expanding Gender Roles: Theological Reflections on Women and Local Disaster Response” in Budhi: A Journal of Ideas and Culture 19:1 (2015), 49 – 80. Co-authored with Rachel Joyce Marie O. Sanchez.
  • “The Church’s Ministry in Contemporary Society: Soundings from Henri Nouwen” in Asian Horizons: Dharmaram Journal of Theology 7:3 (2013), 582 – 594.
  • Book Chapters: “Educational Evaluation – Understanding the Principles and Process” in The Ashoka U Changemaker Education Evaluation Compendium. Co-authored with Ann Higgins-D’Alessandro. Ed. Hattie Duplechain, New York: Ashoka U, 2019.
  • “Women and Labor in Food Production: Insights from the Vocation of the Business Leader and the Fair Trade Movement” in Foodscapes: Beyond the Food Environment—A Feminist Theological Take on Food Issues in Asia. Ed. Kristine C. Meneses and Christine E. Burke, IBVM. Bengaluru, India: Dharmaram Publications, 2019. 155-176.
  • “Gender, Inculturation, and the Ecclesiology of Communion in the Philippine Church and Liturgy” in The 21st Century Woman Still Claiming Her Space: Asian Feminist Theological Perspectives. Co-authored with Rachel Joyce Marie O. Sanchez. Ed. Virginia Saldanha and Metti Amirtham, SCC. Delhi, India: Media House, 2018. 226-242.
Professional Activities and Affiliations
  • The Society of Christian Ethics (2020-present)