Dr Ethna Regan

Associate Professor, School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music

Ethna Regan teaches theology and ethics. She was previously a lecturer at the University of the West Indies, Trinidad, where she lived for over a decade. Her teaching and research has been shaped by the experience of working in the Caribbean, particularly her involvement with Credo Foundation for Justice, a non-governmental social justice and human rights organization, under the patronage of the Holy Faith Sisters, the congregation to which she belongs. She also worked for five years in Samoa in the Pacific Islands. Her doctoral research at the University of Cambridge was on human rights and theology.