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Research Interests

Afrikaner Nationalism Irving Hexham
Ancient Biography Noreen Humble
Ancient Medicine Amber Porter
Ancient Medicine and the Transmission of Medical Texts Lesley Bolton
Art and architecture in ancient Greece Amber Porter
Buddhist Philosophy Christopher Framarin
Chinese religions Katrin Froese, Wendi Adamek
Christian Apocalyptic Douglas Shantz
Christian Fundamentalism Irving Hexham
Christian origins Anne Moore
Comparative Mythology Reyes Bertolin Cebrian
Comparative Philosophy Tinu Ruparell, Morny Joy, Katrin Froese
Continental Philosophy Katrin Froese, Morny Joy
Cultural History of Medicine Amber Porter, Peter Toohey
Dutch neo-Calvinism Irving Hexham
East Asian Buddhism Wendi Adamek
Epigraphy and Curse Tablets Lesley Bolton
Ethics Clara Joseph, Christopher Framarin
Feminist Philosophy Katrin Froese
Gender and Sexuality Peter Toohey
German Pietism Douglas Shantz
Greek and Roman Epic Poetry Peter Toohey
Greek and Roman historiography Lindsay Driediger-Murphy
Greek Epic and Lyric Poetry Reyes Bertolin Cebrian
Greek Sport Reyes Bertolin Cebrian
Hermeneutics Morny Joy, Tinu Ruparell
Hinduism Morny Joy, Elizabeth Rohlman
History of Indian Religions Ron Neufeldt
History of Madness Peter Toohey
History of the Emotions Amber Porter, Peter Toohey
Idealism and Indian Philosophy Tinu Ruparell
Indian and Tibetan Buddhism James Apple
Indian Philosophy (esp.Ethics and Metaphysics) Christopher Framarin
Intellectual History of the Roman Imperial Period John Vanderspoel
Intertestamental literature Anne Moore
Issues of Orality and Literacy Reyes Bertolin Cebrian
late antiquity Christianity Anne Moore
Late Roman History John Vanderspoel
Latin epigraphy Hanne Sigismund Nielsen
Mahayana Buddhism James Apple
material culture Anne Moore
Medieval Chinese Buddhism Wendi Adamek
Methodology Ron Neufeldt
Methods and Theory in the Study of Religion Morny Joy, Irving Hexham
Nationalism and Religion Irving Hexham
National Socialism and political extremism Irving Hexham
New Religious Movements Ron Neufeldt, Irving Hexham
Origins of Christianity Wayne McCready, Anne Moore
Pagan and Christian theology Lindsay Driediger-Murphy
Philosophy of Religion Christopher Framarin, Morny Joy, Terence Penelhum
Plutarch Noreen Humble
Political History of the Roman Republic Lindsay Driediger-Murphy
Political Philosophy Katrin Froese
Political Religions Morny Joy, Irving Hexham
Postcolonial Theory Clara Joseph, Morny Joy
Process theologies Virginia Tumasz
Puranas Elizabeth Rohlman
Radical Reformation Studies Douglas Shantz
Reception of ancient authors in Byzantium and in the Renaissance Noreen Humble
Regional and sectarian religious movements Elizabeth Rohlman
Regionally-produced Sanskrit literature Elizabeth Rohlman
Religion and Culture Morny Joy
religion and film Anne Moore
Religion and ‘Place’ Anne Moore
Religion and Place Studies Wayne McCready
Religion and Politics Irving Hexham
Religion in Modern India Ron Neufeldt
Religious geography Elizabeth Rohlman
Religious Pluralism and interreligious dialogue Tinu Ruparell
ritual studies Anne Moore
Roman art and archaeology Lisa Hughes
Roman Children Hanne Sigismund Nielsen
Roman divination Lindsay Driediger-Murphy
Roman Family Hanne Sigismund Nielsen
Roman Imperial History John Vanderspoel
Romano-British Archaeology, particularly Hadrian's Wall area Lesley Bolton
Roman Religion Lindsay Driediger-Murphy
Roman Republican History John Vanderspoel
Roman social history Lindsay Driediger-Murphy, Hanne Sigismund Nielsen, Lisa Hughes, John Vanderspoel
Roman Women Hanne Sigismund Nielsen
Sanskrit James Apple
Science and Religion Tinu Ruparell, Virginia Tumasz
Second Temple Judaism Wayne McCready
South Asian religious history Elizabeth Rohlman
Sparta Noreen Humble
Special interest: non-elite representations of the early empire Lisa Hughes
The philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead Virginia Tumasz
Tibetan James Apple
Women and Religion Morny Joy
women in early Christianity Anne Moore
Women in the ancient world Amber Porter
Xenophon Noreen Humble
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