• Quincy Newell

    Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Humanistic Studies, Chair of Religious Studies
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    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
  • Margaret Gentry

    Chair, Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies
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    women and aging; widowhood; caregiving of elderly; psychology of women/gender; household division of labor
  • Ian Mills

    Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics and Religious Studies
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    Early Christianity Late Antiquity New Testament Ancient Judaism
  • Heidi Ravven

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

    Professor of Religious Studies, By Special Appointment
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    religion and media, religion and popular culture, comparative religions, blasphemy and controversial art, religious life in the U.S.
  • Jeffrey McArn

    Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies and Levitt Center Justice Lab
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  • Steve Humphries-Brooks

    Professor of Religious Studies Emeritus (retired)
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    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)
    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


Department Name

Religious Studies Department

Contact Name

Quincy Newell, Chair

Office Location
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323

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