Caleb Sage Hendrickson

Doctoral Student

Education

  • University of Virginia: PhD in Religious Studies (Theology, Ethics, and Culture)
  • Yale Divinity School: MDiv (2013)
  • St. Olaf College: BA in Religion (2009)
   

 

Research Interests

Religion and art; theology and aesthetics; Christian theology; modern Jewish thought; Franz Rosenzweig; Paul Tillich; Karl Barth; Eberhard Jüngel.  

Teaching

Head Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Virginia

  • Theology, Ethics, and Medicine, Fall 2015 (James Childress, Nichole Flores)

Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Virginia

  • The Kingdom of God in America, Spring 2017 (Charles Marsh)

  • Introduction to Western Religious Traditions, Fall 2016 (Heather Warren)

  • New Testament and Early Christianity, Spring 2016 (Janet Spittler)

  • Religion in America Since 1865, Spring 2015 (Heather Warren)

  • Theology, Ethics, and Medicine, Fall 2014 (James Childress) 

Teaching Fellow, Yale Divinity School

  • Faith, Morality, and the Law, Fall 2013 (Cathleen Kaveny)

Papers Presented

  • "The Demonic Arts & The Politics of Resistance: Discerning the Spirits of Visual Culture with Paul Tillich." Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion, to be held in Boston, Mass., November 2017 (accpeted).  

  • “Theology of the Cross: The Past and Present of God’s Death.” University of Chicago and Notre Dame Joint Graduate Conference: Theology, Ethics, and the Death of God, held at the University of Chicago, October 2016.

  • “The Neighbor between Rosenzweig and Lacan.” Psychology and the Other conference, held at Lesley University, Cambridge, Mass., October 2011.