Maria Cecilia Titizano La Fuente earned an MS in International and Agricultural Development from UC-Davis and an M.T.S. in Theological Studies from the Franciscan School of Theology. A native of Bolivia, Titizano recently completed her Ph.D. in Systematic and Philosophical Theology from Graduate Theological Union. Her transdisciplinary research focuses on indigenous philosophies and spiritualities, feminist epistemology, and decoloniality. Currently, she is working on indigenous feminist theologies and decolonial intercultural hermeneutics. Titizano is a constructive comparative theologian. She specializes in Indigenous thought and Christian theology with an emphasis on Trinitarian pneumatology, feminist and liberationist theologies. She currently serves as a Board Member for Memoria Indígena, a Latin American organization dedicated to “recognize and remember indigenous Christians’ memories in Abya Yala,” and is member of the Comunidad de Teólogas Indígenas del Abya Yala.
PMIN 296 U.S. Latina/o Theology
“Mama Pacha Creator and Sustainer Spirit of God.” Horizontes Decoloniales (issue focus: Viejos Dilemas, Nuevos Dilemas: Religión e Interculturalidad Desde una Mirada Pluralista) 3 (2017) 127-59.
"Book Review of Fleshing the Spirit: Spirituality and Activism in Chicana, Latina and Indigenous Women’s Lives. Edited by Elisa Facio and Irene Lara Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, 2014." Theological Studies 76:4 (2015) 900-901.