Joseph Lenow

Doctoral Candidate
Office Hours:

By appointment

Education

  • University of Virginia: Ph.D. in Theology, Ethics, and Culture (expected 2016)
  • Duke University Divinity School: M.Div. (2011)
  • University of Virginia: B.A. in Religious Studies, History, and Astronomy (2008)

Dissertation

Suffering the World: An Augustinian Christology

Research Interests

  • Philosophical and systematic theology
  • Augustine and Latin Patristics
  • Comparative philosophy of religion
  • Islamic philosophy
  • Medieval spirituality and lay piety

Teaching

  • Spring 2014: Teaching Assistant for RELG 2300 Religious Ethics and Moral Problems with Charles Mathewes
  • Fall 2013: Teaching Assistant for RELC 2050 The Rise of Christianity with Karl Shuve
  • Summer 2013: Teaching Assistant for RELG 1559 Comparative Religion with Elizabeth Barre
  • Spring 2013: Teaching Assistant for RELC 1220 Early Christianity and New Testament with Harry Gamble
  • Fall 2012: Teaching Assistant for RELC 2360 Elements of Christian Thought with Paul Jones