Faculty

Sam Thomas, Ph.D.

Professor of Religion
University of Notre Dame 2007
Religion and ecology, food and religion, early Judaism and Christianity, apocalypticism, mysticism, and magic

Rose Aslan, Ph.D

Assistant Professor
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Islam and Muslim societies, interfaith and interreligious dialogue, material culture, ritual, and pilgrimage in global religions

Peter P. C. Carlson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Claremont Graduate University 2010
Medieval and Early Modern Britain and Continental Europe; Queer Theology; History of Gender/Sexuality and Religion; Literature and Religion; History of Monasticism; American Religious History

Lisa E Dahill, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Graduate Theological Union 2001
Christian and Lutheran spiritual traditions; ecology and eco-theology; the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer; Christian monasticism and the arts

Julia Lambert Fogg, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Religion
Emory University 2006
Dr. Fogg is an expert in biblical studies, Pauline theology, immigration and border narratives.

Rahuldeep Singh Gill, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Religion
University of California, Santa Barbara 2009
Polity and Poetics of the Sikh Tradition, Interfaith Studies

Kapp L. Johnson, J.D.

Senior Lecturer
University of LaVerne College of Law 1995
Business Ethics and Law

Victor Thasiah, DPhil (Oxon)

Assistant Professor of Religion
University of Oxford
Religious ethics; civil resistance; and the intersection of religion, politics, and ecology

Colleen Windham-Hughes, Ph.D., M.Div.

Associate Professor
University of California, Santa Barbara 2010
Religion and Public Life; Young Adult Faith Formation and Civic Participation in Religiously Diverse Contexts

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