Associate Professor of Religion; Program Director of Religious Studies
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.
New School Histories
Religion and the Anthropocene
Ind Senior Project
Collaborative Senior Project