Associate Professor, Church History and Comparative Religion
My teaching aims to open students’ minds to new ways of thinking and seeing, and organizing and articulating their results. By bringing students into research and ideas the classroom becomes a very exciting place.
You get to know students very well: the Huron Advantage recognizes each person has a real interest in learning and making knowledge. Faculty play a unique role in their process. A liberal arts education means that learning can be shaped and honed into an exceptionally useful portfolio of skills and achievements. Huron’s method recognizes that learning is going to be something very individual and lived out in a close community of friends and faculty.
Summary of Research:
- Histories of the English Reformation 1690-1740
- Trusts and the New England Company, 1870-1934 on the Six Nations’
- The relationship between Theology and History and Religion from the Reformation
- Guest edited Vol. LVI (56) of The Canadian Journal of Church Historical Studies (Toronto) with introductions etc. It will be available in mid-June 2019 and was designed for attendees of the Tri-History conference at Trinity College, Toronto.