Religious Studies Faculty
Religious Studies faculty information
RELIGIOUS STUDIES FACULTY AT UW OSHKOSH
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Michael C. Baltutis, Ph.D.
Phone: (920) 424-7183
Education: Ph.D., Univ. of Iowa 2008, Religious Studies; B.A., University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Philosophy.
Kathleen Corley, Ph.D.
Phone: (920) 424-7383
Education: Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, CA.
Dr. Kathleen Corley is a Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. She teaches New Testament, Christianity, Gnosticism, Women in Religion.
Jodi Eichler-Levine, Ph.D.
Office: Swart 309
Phone: (920) 424-7071
Education: B.A. summa cum laude in Near Eastern and Jewish Studies from Brandeis University, 2000; M.A. 2004 and Ph.D.,2007, in Religion from Columbia University.
Professor Eichler-Levine is an avid Boston Red Sox fan. She also enjoys knitting, along with numerous other fiber arts, and adores Buffy the Vampire Slayer (and just about anything else by Joss Whedon).
Jeffery Kaplan, Ph.D.
Dr. Jeffery Kaplan
Director of the "Institute for the Study of Religion, Violence, and Memory"
Office: Swart 310
Phone: (920) 424-7072
Education: Ph.D. in the History of Culture from the University of Chicago 1993; M.A. in International Relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy 1989; M.A. in Linguistics from Colorado State University 1981.
He is the author or editor of eleven books on religious violence and millenarian terrorism. His publications include: The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature [with Bron Taylor]; Millennial Violence: Past, Present and Future (2002); The Cultic Milieu (2002); Encyclopedia of White Power: A Source Book on the Radical Racist Right; (2000); Beyond The Mainstream: The Emergence Of Religious Pluralism In Finland, Estonia And Russia (2000); The Emergence of an Euro-American Radical Right [Co-authored with Leonard Weinberg] (1998); and Radical Religion in America: Millenarian Movements From the Far Right to the Children of Noah (1997). In addition, he has authored numerous articles, encyclopedia entries, and book reviews which have appeared in a multi-disciplinary range of academic journals. His most recent publications are “"Islamophobia in America?: September 11 and Islamophobic Hate Crime,” Terrorism and Political Violence 18:1 (Winter 2006), and “New Religious Movements and Globalization.” In Eugene V. Gallagher and W. Michael Ashcraft, eds., New and Alternative Religions in the United States, Vol. 1. (Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2006).
Works in progress: “The Fifth Wave: The New Tribalism?,” forthcoming in Terrorism and Political Violence and a monographic work, Terrorist Groups and the New Tribalism: Terrorism’s Fifth Wave, is contracted to Routledge.
Susan Ridgely, Ph.D.
Dr. Susan Ridgely
Office: Swart 323
Phone: (920) 424-4407
Education: Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.