Modern and Contemporary Religious Thought

Faculty: Asher Biemann, Larry D. Bouchard, Erik Braun, Ashon Crawley, Kathleen Flake, Nichole Flores, Jennifer Geddes, David Germano, Matt Hedstrom, Willis Jenkins, Paul Dafydd Jones, Charles Mathewes

Looking beyond the division of thought into “secular” and “religious” spheres, the graduate program in Modern and Contemporary Religious Thought offers students the opportunity to engage in interdisciplinary study of religious thought from a range of intellectual and religious traditions and geographical regions, from the fifteenth century to the present. Projects of an interdisciplinary nature, which range across religious studies theory, philosophy of religion, theology (of various kinds), ethics, critical theory, politics, sociology, psychology, literary theory, and other modes of thought can be pursued within this program.