Dr. Kryszak’s research examines the intersection of ecclesiology, ethnography and material culture. Her current research project analyzes the impact of visual practices on the mission of a Roman Catholic women’s religious community. She is a member of the American Academy of Religion, the College Theology Society, the Society for the Arts in Religious and Theological Studies, and an associate member of the Catholic Theological Society of America. Dr. Kryszak teaches undergraduate courses on Catholicism and an Introduction to Religious Studies, master’s courses in Christian Scripture and Christology, and a Ph.D. course on Community Life and Pastoral Practice.
- Kryszak, J., (2016). A Theology of Transformation: Catholic Sisters and the Visual Practice of Church. Ecclesial Practices: The Journal of Ecclesiology and Ethnography
- Kryszak, J., (2015). Review of Specifications Grading: Restoring Rigor, Motivating Students, and Saving Faculty Time by Linda B. Nilson. Reflective Teaching, (Accessible at http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/resources/article.aspx?id=29250).
- Kryszak, J., (2012). Crafting a Mission: The Impact of Images Created in Religious Communities. Thinking About Religion, 10, (Accessible at http://organizations.uncfsu.edu/ncrsa/journal/v10/).