Professor of Religion
History of Religion in the Colonial Americas; Diaspora Theories of North America and the Caribbean; Ethnographic Method and the Study of Religion; Historical Literatures of the Atlantic World; Historiographical and Methodological Approaches to African Diasporic Religious Cultures; Women and Religion in Africa and the Americas; Religion and Nationalism
Office: Roberts 202
Kies Family Associate Professor in the Humanities, Associate Professor of Religion
History and Literature of Early Christianity; Gnosticism; Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean; Gender and Religion; Feminist Interpretation of Scripture.
Office: Gest 202
Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion
Office: Gest 206