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Scott MacDougall

Visiting Assistant Professor of Theology
 

At GTU since 2015

Rita Sherma

Director of the Center for Dharma Studies
Associate Professor of Dharma Studies
Core Doctoral Faculty Member
 
At GTU since 2015
 
PhD, Claremont Graduate University, 2002
MA, Claremont Graduate University, 1997
BAdmin, University of Ottawa

Justin Gable, O.P.

Assistant Professor of Philosophy
 

At GTU since 2014

PhD, Fordham University, 2007
MA, Fordham University, 2001
BA, University of San Francisco, 1998
 

Phone: 510/883-7152
Email: jgable@dspt.edu

George R. Murphy, S.J.

Lecturer in Christian Spirituality and Director of Spiritual Formation
 
At GTU since 1985
 
MDiv, Boston College, 1971
MA, Boston College, 1966
AB, Boston College, 1965
 
Phone: 510/549-5018

Shauna Hannan

Associate Professor of Homiletics
Core Doctoral Faculty Member
 
At GTU since 2014
 
PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary
 
Phone: 510/559-2720
E-mail: shannan@plts.edu
 

Hung Pham, S.J., S.T.D.

Assistant Professor of Ignatian Spirituality
 
At GTU since 2013
 
S.T.D., Comillas Pontificia Universidad de Madrid
M.Div., S.T.L., Weston Jesuit School of Theology
M.A. Philosophy, Saint Louis University

Alison Benders

Associate Dean
 
At GTU since 2014
 
PhD, Boston College, 2006
MA, Boston College, 2003
JD, University of Virginia School of Law, 1982
BA, Yale University, 1979
 
Phone: 510/549-5055

Sharon R. Fennema

 
Assistant Professor of Christian Worship
Director of Worship Life
Director of the Certificate in Sexuality and Religion Program
 
At GTU since 2013
 
PhD, Graduate Theological Union, 2011

Valerie Miles-Tribble

Associate Professor of Ministerial Leadership and Practical Theology
 
At GTU since 2003
 
PhD, Walden University
DMin, San Francisco Theological Seminary

GTU Presence at AAR/SBL 2013

As in past years, the GTU will be well represented at the Annual Meetings of the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature and not just in attendance.

At AAR, 19 faculty, 35 alumni, and 10 students will present, preside, and respond in 82 different sessions. At SBL, 5 faculty, 16 alumni, and 4 students will participate in 32 sessions. We could be a conference in ourselves.

If you haven't decided which sessions to attend, use our guides below which highlight the GTU's presence. We are grateful to Beth Anderson who compiled these lists.

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