GDR Alumni News
Samira Mehta has published Beyond Chrismukkah: The Christian-Jewish Interfaith Family in the United States.
Kate Zubko has been appointed the NEH Distinguished Professor in the Humanities. The NEH professorship is supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Leone Martin was featured in an article in the New York Times for his research J. Edgar Hoover’s Stained Glass Window: The FBI, Religion, and National Security in American History, 1935-7
Dennis James LoRusso's book Spirituality, Corporate Culture, and American Business: The Neoliberal Ethic and the Spirit of Global Capital was published by Bloomsbury.
Shively Smith is now full-time faculty at Boston University School of Theology.
Tony Alonso has been hired as Director of Catholic Studies and Visiting Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture at Candler School of Theology
Carolyn Helsel's new book will be published in March of 2018. Anxious to Talk About It: Helping White Christians Talk Faithfully About Racism (Chalice, 2018). The link to the book can be found here: https://www.chalicepress.com/Anxious-to-Talk-about-It-P1808.aspx
Lerone Martin who recently promoted with tenure to Associate Professor of Religion and Politics, at John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics at Washington University in St. Louis.
Congratulations to two Emory alumni, Lerone Martin and David Reeves Vishanoff, who received NEH Fellowships announced December 2017.
Lerone Allen Martin
Washington University in St. Louis
J. Edgar Hoover’s Stained Glass Window: The FBI, Religion, and National Security in American History, 1935-7
David Reeves Vishanoff
University of Oklahoma, Norman
Psalms of the Muslim Prophet David: Arabic Edition and English Translation
Davis Hankins has received the William C. Strickland Outstanding Junior Faculty Award at Appalachian State. The William C. Strickland Award honors one assistant professor in The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) who has made significant contributions to the intellectual life of the University.
Jill Marshall has a new book, the publication of her dissertation, Women Praying and Prophesying in Corinth: Gender and Inspired Speech in First Corinthians. It was published in September by Mohr Siebeck Press.
Samira Mehta has been awarded 2 Fellowships. One from The Wabash Institute the other from The Luce Foundation.
Anjulet Tucker was recently profiled in Emory Reports for her exhibition on Chicago Steppin' at the Schatten Gallery in Woodruff Library.
Lerone A. Martin, Assistant Professor of Religion & Politics, Washington University : Nancy Weiss Malkiel Junior Scholars Award (Woodrow Wilson Foundation), 2017.
Recent GDR Alumni Books:
Kevin O’Brien, ed. 2016. Theological and Ethical Perspectives on Climate Engineering: Calming the Storm (Lexington Books).
Annie Hardison-Moody, 2016. When Religion Matters: Practicing Healing in the Aftermath of the Liberian Civil War (Pickwick Publications).
Robert P. Jones, 2016. The End of White Christian America (Simon & Schuster).
Marie Marquardt, 2016. The Radius of Us: A Novel (St. Martin's Griffin).
Matthew Rindge, 2016. Profane Parables: Film and the American Dream (Baylor University Press).
John Senior, 2015. A Theology of Political Vocation: Christian Life and Public Office (Baylor).
Michelle Voss Roberts, 2016. Comparing Faithfully: Insights for Systematic Theological Reflection (Fordham).
Lerone Martin (ARC, 2011) has been awarded the 2015 Frank S. and Elizabeth D. Brewer Prize of the American Society of Church History (ASCH)for his book Preaching on Wax, The Phonograph And the Making of Modern African American Religion.
Samira Mehta (ARC 2012), Assistant Professor at Albright, has been awarded the David B. Larson Fellowship in Health and Spirituality to spend a year studying American religion and contraception.
Jill Marshall (NT, 2015) received the William G. Dever Fellowship for Biblical Scholars, awarded by the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR). The award supports two months of archaeological excavation and research in Israel. Jill will join the excavation at Shikhin, a Roman era Jewish settlement, and spend one month at the Albright Institute in Jerusalem. Fall 2014
Allen Black, who received his Ph.D. in New Testament from the GDR in 1985, will assume the role of Dean of Harding School of Theology in Memphis, Tennessee, on July 1, 2015.
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