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Moravian culture and history; Native American/European contact in colonial America; history of sexuality; German intellectual history; archival research and paleography; feminist and postcolonial theory; translation studies.
Professor of German
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Received a National Endowment for the Humanities grant in 2002 to study pastoral care in 18th-century Bethlehem, Pa.
Related publications: Moravian Women's Memoirs (Syracuse, 1997), Anthropology and the German Enlightenment (1995), Translation and Culture (2004) and NEH Translations Division (1992).
NEH Collaborative Research Grant (2002-4) and John Ben Snow Foundation (co-PI) 2008.
Grant to uncover Moravian, Native American history
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Feminist and GLBT novels in America from WWII to present;
feminist theory; feminist ecocriticism; women's and gender studies.
Associate professor of English and director of women's and gender studies program
Philosophy of Religion; poststructuralist and feminist philosophies; process theology and philosophy; critical theory and religion; religious naturalism; science and religion; contemporary religious thought; new religious movements; liberation theologies
Professor of religion
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Studies selected Western philosophical and theological concepts, methods, and thinkers with special reference to the modern period; studies the intersections of science and religion; studies the intersections of critical theory, feminist philosophy, and postmodern theories; studies theories of the divine (and concepts of God) in Western thought; received a 1998 grant from the John Templeton Foundation and a 1997 National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship; author of Poststructuralism, Feminism, and Religion: Triangulating Positions, and Reverberations of a Mystical Naturalism: Revitalizing the Legacy of Anne Conway
Last updated 12/30/2009