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Religious Studies professor specializing in the History of World Christianity, including the European Reformation, religious conflict, and social change. Her research examines the development of religious traditions, and the impact of religion on society, politics and economics. She regularly teaches seminars on Poverty, Wealth and Social Change, European Reformations, and Christianity and Politics in East Asia. Her most recent journal article is titled, "Aid for Refugees: Religion, Migration and Poor Relief in Sixteenth-century Geneva," in Reformation and Renaissance Review 20:1 (2018).
Sabbatical Grant for Researchers - Louisville Institute
Duke Scholars on Leadership Education
Dean's Summer Faculty Fellowship
Wesley Summer Seminar Fellowship, Duke University
Research Exchange Fellowship, Eberhards-Karls Universität, Tübingen, Germany
Phi Beta Kappa
Wabash Teaching and Learning Fellowship
Reformation Commentary on Scripture: Acts (February 2014)
Inventing Authority: The Use of the Church Fathers in Reformation Debates over the Eucharist (March 2011).
"Aid for Refugees: Religion, Migration, and Poor Relief in Sixteenth-Century Geneva," Reformation and Renaissance Review 20:1 (March 2018): 4-17.
"Early Biblical Interpretation: Retrievals and Reception in the Renaissance and Reformation, " (forthcoming 2018)
"Advocating for Poor Relief in Zurich: Heinrich Bullinger's Contributions to Religious Ideals and Swiss Policy Reforms," Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture 86:2 (June 2017).
"John Calvin on Poverty and Wealth," (2016)
"The Lord's Supper," (2011)
"Use of Wealth in the Christian Life: John Calvin's Biblical Interpretation," (2009)
"Use of the Fathers in the Eucharistic Debates between John Calvin and Joachim Westphal," (2009)