David Creamer

Associate Professor, Education (EAFP) and Religion

Address: 124 St. Paul’s College
  70 Dysart Road, University of Manitoba
  Winnipeg, MB R3T 2M6
Phone: 204.474.9141
Fax: 204.474.7613
Email: creamer@cc.umanitoba.ca
Website: http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~creamer/homepage/index.html

Dr. David Creamer (sj) is Associate Professor in the Faculties of Arts and Education, University of Manitoba. He is also the coordinator of a popular three-week Summer Institute on Education and Culture in India. Dr. Creamer's teaching and research interests include the work of Canadian thinkers Bernard Lonergan and Charles Taylor, as well as the role of religion in peacemaking and conflict resolution. He is author of Guides for the Journey: John Macmurray, Bernard Lonergan, James Fowler (1996). He has served on the Board of Directors of the Arthur V. Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice since its formation and is active in the Centre's outreach programs.

Education:
Ed. D., University of Toronto, 1982; M. Ed., University of Toronto, 1978; S.T.B., Regis College, 1977; M. Div., Regis College, Toronto School of Theology, 1977; B. Ed., St. Mary’s University, 1972; B. Sc. Chemistry, St. Mary’s University, 1968.

Recent Publications:
Creamer, David.  Moments of Continuity and Change in the Catholic Tradition (textbook in process).

Creamer, David. (2007). Loreto Day School. Perspective: A semi-annual examination and application of Catholic and Ignatian thought 10 (1): 12-13.

Creamer, David. (2006). Three Jesuit Companions. Perspective: A semi-annual examination and application of Catholic and Ignatian thought 9 (1): 4.

Creamer, David (Ed.). (1998-present). Perspective: A semi-annual examination and application of Catholic and Ignatian thought. Winnipeg, MB: Jesuit Centre for Catholic Studies, St. Paul’s College.

Creamer, David. (2005). Nostra Aetate: Building bridges of friendship and cooperation over 40 years. Perspective: A semi-annual examination and application of Catholic and Ignatian thought 8 (1): 4-17.

Creamer, David. (2002). The Galileo affair: 1616-1992. Perspective: A semi-annual examination and application of Catholic and Ignatian thought 4 (2): 4-15.