Professor Karla G. Bohmbach, department head, received her Ph.D. from Duke University. Her research focuses on feminist interpretations of the Hebrew Bible, though she teaches a wide range of courses in biblical studies, as well as such courses as Introduction to Women’s Studies and Women and Religion.
Associate Professor Jeffrey K. Mann received his Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. He specializes in the study of historical and contemporary theology, as well as world religions.
Associate Professor Thomas W. Martin received his D.Phil. at Oxford University. He specializes in New Testament interpretation. He also teaches Science and Religion, ethics and theology.
Assistant Professor Matthew Duperon received his Ph.D. from Brown University. He specializes in comparative religious ethics with an emphasis on classical Chinese traditions, though he teaches more broadly in Asian religious traditions and contemporary religious ethics.