Vincent Wimbush: Scriptures 

Prof Vincent Wimbush

Professor of Religion

Ph.D., Harvard University

Vincent L. Wimbush is professor of religion and director of the Institute for Signifying Scriptures. His current teaching and research interests focus upon the socio-cultural history, social psychology, anthropology, performativity, and politics of “scriptures” in society and culture. His area of expertise is Christian scriptures. He uses the complex engagements of such, especially on the part of subaltern peoples, as analytical wedge for ongoing theorizing and comparative research.

Contact Information:
School of Arts & Humanities
831 N. Dartmouth Avenue
Claremont, CA 91711
909.621.8504
vincent.wimbush@cgu.edu

Spring 2014 Office Hours
Thursdays, 11:00 am - 12:00 noon;
and by appointment.

Curriculum Vitae & Recent Publications

News

(Jan 2009) Vincent Wimbush named President of the Society of Biblical Literature
(Dec 2009) School of Religion offers new Critical Comparative Scriptures programs

Publications

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