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  • Quincy Newell

    Chair of Religious Studies, the Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Humanistic Studies
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    Expertise
    American religious history; religion in the American West; interreligious contact; religious experience of racial/ethnic and religious minorities; Native American and African American religious history; Mormonism; gender and religion
  • Wendy Felese

    Visiting Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
    Expertise
    cultural theory, comparative religion, Indigeneity, American Indian cultural traditions, federal Indian law, and environmental justice
  • Heidi Ravven

    Professor of Religious Studies
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    Expertise
    Baruch Spinoza, Moses Maimonides, neuroethics, and Jewish studies
  • S. Brent Rodriguez-Plate

    Professor of Religious Studies, By Special Appointment
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    Expertise
    religion and media, religion and popular culture, comparative religions, blasphemy and controversial art, religious life in the U.S.
  • Steve Humphries-Brooks

    Professor of Religious Studies Emeritus (retired)
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    Expertise
    New Testament studies; literary and social-historical criticism of the Gospels; religion in film; early Christian mysticism; theories and methods for the study of religion
  • Richard Seager

    Bates and Benjamin Professor of Classical and Religious Studies Emeritus (retired)
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    Expertise
    religions of the United States with emphasis on new, marginal, or excluded groups and their relationships to the core American values; Buddhism in the U.S. over the last century; Mexican-U.S. border issues
  • Jay Williams '54

    Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Religious Studies Emeritus
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    Expertise
    comparative religion

Contact

Department Name

Religious Studies Department

Office Location
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323

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