Faculty in the Department of Religion and Classics
Michela Andreatta, Ph.D., University of Turin, Italy (2003) Lecturer in Hebrew, Hebrew Language and Literature.
Daniel E. Beaumont, Ph.D., Princeton (1991) Associate Professor of Arabic Language and Literature, Arabic language and literature.
Douglas R. Brooks, Ph.D., Harvard (1986) Professor of Religion, Asian religions.
Curt Cadorette, Ph.D., University of St. Michael's College, Toronto (1985) John Henry Newman Associate Professor of Roman Catholic Studies, Catholicism in the Americas, liberation theology.
Elizabeth Colantoni, Ph.D. (2005), Michigan, Assistant Professor of Classics, Roman, Italic, and Etruscan art and archaeology; Roman religion; early Rome.
Joshua Dubler, Ph.D., Princeton, (2008), Assistant Professor of Religion, Religion in America
Alfred Geier, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins (1964) Associate Professor of Classics, Greek literature and thought, Plato.
Nicholas Gresens, Ph.D., Indiana University (2009) Lecturer in Classics, Latin and Greek language, Imperial Greek Prose, Ancient Geography, Topography, and Historiography.
Margarita Simon Guillory, Ph.D., Rice University (2011), Assistant Professor of Religion, African-American religions, American Religious History.
T. Emil Homerin, Ph.D., Chicago (1987) Professor of Religion, Islamic and Arabic Studies.
Aaron W. Hughes, Ph.D., Indiana University-Bloomington, (2000), Professor of Religion, Jewish Studies, Islam, Method and Theory of Religion
Anne Merideth, Ph.D., Princeton, (1999) Senior Lecturer in Religion and Director of Undergraduate Studies, New Testament, History and Literature of Early Christianity, Second Temple Judaism.
Nora Rubel, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2005) Assistant Professor of Religion, American Judaism, Religion and Foodways.
Edward Wierenga, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts (1974) Professor of Religion and of Philosophy, Chair of the Department, Philosophy of Religion, Ethics, Philosophical Theology.
William Scott Green, Ph.D., Brown (1974) Professor Emeritus of Religion, Philip S . Bernstein Professor Emeritus of Judaic Studies, and Dean Emeritus of the College, History of Judaism, Hebrew Bible, Theory of Religion.