Associate Professor of Religion
The study of religion and liberal education are indispensable to each other because religion is so often illiberal and liberals so often anti-religious.
Ph.D. in Religion, Princeton University; B.A. in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, Worcester College, Oxford
Modern manifestations of religion and the politics of their study in the Unites States and internationally; the problems of evil and good; comparative ethics; interfaces of religion and the arts; lived religion; interpretations of the Book of Job; the future of the liberal arts; religion and the Anthropocene.
Collaborative Senior Project
Collaborative Senior Project (Spring 2020)
Ind Senior Project
Ind Senior Project (Spring 2020)
Independent Study (Spring 2020)
James, Varieties of Relig Exp (Spring 2020)
New School Histories
Performing Suffering: Job (Spring 2020)
Religion and Ecology (Spring 2020)
Religion and the Anthropocene (Spring 2019)
Zhuangzi (Spring 2019)