Carmel Walsh

Assistant Dean of Studies
Lecturer in Church History


I am a Dominican Sister and have worked in secondary schools and in adult education in the Diocese of Dunedin. I have an MA in history from Otago University, a Master of Theology from Melbourne and am responsible for teaching courses in Church History. My research interests centre on religious educational experience in late nineteenth and early twentieth century New Zealand; as well as principles of adult learning.

In recent years I have become increasingly involved with both the academic and pastoral needs of EAL students.

Walsh, Carmel A.  “Do for God what the miners do for Gold” chapter in Smyth, Geraldine OP ed. Distance Becomes Communion, Dominican Publications, Dublin, 2004.