Deck, Allan Figueroa
DECK, Allan Figueroa
DECK, Allan Figueroa. American, b. 1945. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Entered Societas Jesu (Society of Jesus; Jesuits; S.J.), 1963, ordained Roman Catholic priest, 1976; Pontifical University of Comillas, Madrid, Spain, lecturer in Latin American literature, 1972; St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO, lecturer in Brazilian literature, 1972-73; University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, CA, lecturer in Mexican American history, 1973-75; pastor of a Roman Catholic church in Santa Ana, CA, 1976-79; Diocese of Orange, CA, director of Hispanic ministry, 1979-85, member of board of directors, Catholic Community Agencies, 1980-81; Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, assistant professor of Hispanic ministry and missiology, 1988-92; Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA, lecturer in Chicano studies and theology, 1992-93, coordinator of Hispanic pastoral studies, 1992-, associate professor of theological studies, 1993-. Publications: Francisco Javier Alegre: A Study of Mexican Literary Criticism, 1976; The Second Wave: Hispanic Ministry and the Evangelization of Culture, 1989; (ed.) Frontiers of Hispanic Theology in the United States, 1992; (ed. with Jay P. Dolan) The Notre Dame History of Hispanic Catholics in the U.S., Volume III: Hispanic Catholic Culture in the U.S.: Issues and Concerns, 1994; (ed. with Y. Tarango and T. Matovina) Perspectivas: Hispanic Ministry, 1995. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals. Address: 480 S. Batavia St., Orange, CA 92868, U.S.A.
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