I am a historical theologian with an interest in tracing the interrelationship between different branches of Christianity and between Christianity and other religions.
I was born in Anchorage, Alaska, and spent time growing up in Michigan, Ohio, Wyoming, Alaska (again), and Oregon. I attended Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where I received my B.A. in German and religion. I have spent time living in Germany, France, and Ghana.
I hold a Ph.D. in historical theology from Saint Louis University, where I wrote my dissertation about Mother Basilea Schlink and the Ecumenical Sisterhood of Mary, a group of German Lutheran nuns who sought to repent for their nation’s sins in the Holocaust.
I currently serve as a Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow at Seton Hall University, where I teach freshmen and sophomores in the Core Curriculum Program, which blends theology, philosophy, and history.
(See also my essay for my students about who I am.)