BTheol(Hons), GCHE, PhD
Dr Cullan Joyce is a lecturer at Catholic Theological College and a member of the Department of Philosophy.
Cullan holds the degrees of Bachelor of Theology (Honours) and a Graduate Certificate in Higher Education from Australian Catholic University and a Doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Tasmania.
Cullan was a foreign language instructor for the Faculty of Foreign Languages, Beijing Normal University, Beijing in 2011. He was a research assistant to Prof. Marcelo Staam (RMIT), at the Australian Innovation Research Centre: for “The Conditions of Creativity” in 2010. And assistant lecturer at the University of Tasmania, on the Search for “Meaning: Beauty, Truth, Goodness” in 2009.
Cullan’s current interests include: Creativity, Alternative Transcendental Structures, Ancient Religious Philosophy, and Philosophical Theology. He also enjoys working with contemporary artists where he has been privileged to collaborate in developing concepts and aesthetics.
Cullan’s PhD undertook a philosophical reading of Maximus the Confessor, The work concentrated on articulating the structures he uses for describing the living organism.