2007 Graduates

January 2007

Masters, Religion

  • Emily A. Champagne

Masters, Women's Studies in Religion

  • Robin Rachel Williams
  • Janelle Anne Wilson

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Religion

  • Debbie K. Roberts
    Toward a Feminist Vision: A Critical Appraisal of Conflict Resolution Theory and Methodology
  • Zhihe Wang
    Harmony but not Sameness: Toward a Constructive Postmodern Pluralism
  • Jacquelyn Elaine Winston
    "Body Language": >Physiognomic Characterizations in Fourth-Century Heresy Conflicts

May 2007

Masters, Islamic Studies

  • Neelam M. Khoja

Masters,Religion

  • Betty Ferrell
  • Hitheon Kim
  • Devin Elizabeth Kuhn
  • Deena Marie Lin
  • Kristina Marie Patten

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Religion

  • Jeremy Richard Hustwit
    Fidelity Through Fallibilism: Hermeneutics, Rationality, and Truth in Inter-Religious Discourse
  • Hiheon Kim
    Minjung Messiah and Process Panentheism
  • Johnson Maigua Kimuhu
    Incest in the Ancient Near East: The Priestly Law and the Polarization of Israel Against Her Neighbors
  • Hsin-Yi Lee
    The Moral Philosophies of H. Richard Niebuhr and Wang Yang-ming
  • Shandra Elaine McGlasson
    "For the Simple and Unlearned": Meaning and Application in Elizabethan Religious Dialogues
  • Jeanyne B. Slettom
    Theoanthroposis: A Process Soteriology
  • Mariko Yakiyama
    Maximilla's Redressing the Ignorance of Eve through Sexual Renunciation: A Comparison of The Acts of Andrew and the Writings of Clement of Alexandria
  • Douglas Eugene Yoder
    Tanakh Epistemology, A Philosophical Reading of an Ancient Semitic Text

September 2007

Masters, Religion

  • Sang Meyng Lee
  • Jocelyn Newsome

Masters, Women's Studies in Religion

  • Nicole Melissa Spaulding

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Religion

  • Bridget Blomfield
    The Language of Tears: An Ethnographic Study of Ashura Rituals Performed by Pakistani, Iranian, and Iraqi Ithna Ashari Women in Los Angeles County, California
  • Salim Faraji
    The Roots of Nubian Christianity: A Transitional Culture in Late Antique Africa: The Silko Inscription and the Temple of Kalabsha as Context
  • Amy Karin Hoyt
    Agency, Subjectivity and Essentialism within Traditional Religious Cultures: An Ethnographic Study of an American Latter-day Saint Community
  • André Ong
    The Ethics and Philosophical Anthropology of Karol Wojtyla

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