Areas of Specialization: Modern Jewish thought; Jewish law and ethics; philosophy of religion; moral, legal and political philosophy.
Areas of Competence: Medieval Jewish thought; rabbinic literature; pragmatism; 20th century philosophy; theories of religion.
Warren S. Woodbridge Professor in Comparative Religions and Interim Co-Chair of the Department of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora
American Religious History
Religion, Humanitarianism and Philanthropy
Religion, Health and Healing
Evangelical, Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity
Religion and Reform Movements
Gender and Women's Studies in Religion
Pauline Studies, New Testament, Christian Origins
Divinatory Practices and so-called "Magic"
Gender & Sexuality in Antiquity
Hellenistic Philosophy and Moral Psychology
Apocryphal Acts and the Greek Novels
Saint and Relic Veneration
Constructions of the Afterlife
Translation Theory and New Testament Studies
Theory of Religion