Wheaton College

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501 College Avenue, Wheaton, IL, US

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Established in 1860 as a co-ed institution, Wheaton College is a private, residential and interdenominational Christian liberal arts college, where the pursuit of faith and learning is taken seriously. Wheaton is committed to being a community that fearlessly pursues God’s Truth, invests in developing well-rounded students, and prepares graduates to make a difference in the world. This is what makes learning and living at Wheaton extraordinary.

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Tiffany Eberle Kriner, Ph.D.

Tiffany Eberle Kriner, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of English

Literary scholar with special interest in the intersections between race, place, theology, and literature.

African-American Literature Theology and literature Liturature and Environment Literary Theory Twentieth Century American Literature

Beth Felker Jones, Ph.D.

Beth Felker Jones, Ph.D.

Professor of Theology

Dr. Jones writes for the church and for the academy on the topics of conversion, the body, and doctrine.

Theology and the Body The Resurrection Gender and Theology Christology Grace and Holiness Conversion John Wesley Feminist Theology Eschatology Contemporary Religious Thought Marriage Sex and Family in Christian Tradition

Michael Graves, Ph.D.

Michael Graves, Ph.D.

Armerding Professor of Biblical Studies

Dr. Graves is an Old Testament scholar.

Old Testament Textual Criticism The Bible Patristic Biblical Interpretation Rabbinic Biblical Interpretation The Qur'an Biblical Languages

Sarah Stanley, M.S.

Sarah Stanley, M.S.

Assistant Professor of Library Science

Sarah is the special collections librarian and a subject librarian for anthropology, sociology, and human needs and global resources

Library Science Information Science

Brian Howell, Ph.D.

Brian Howell, Ph.D.

Professor of Anthropology

Dr. Howell is particularly interested in tourism, short-term missions, study abroad, and trends in non-western Christianity.

Short-Term Missions Globalization Global Christianity Filipino Protestantism Race Relations in American Christianity Anthropology of Religion Anthropology in Popular Culture Culture Theory Inequality Tourism Study Abroad

Andrew Abernethy, Ph.D.

Andrew Abernethy, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Old Testament; Degree Coordinator - M.A. in Biblical Exegesis

Dr. Abernethy specializes in Biblical Theology.

Book of Isaiah Old Testament Biblical Theology

Theon Hill, Ph.D.

Theon Hill, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Communication

Dr. Hill examines the role of radical rhetoric as a crucial form of civic engagement and public advocacy.

Political Rhetoric Race Ethnicity The Obama Presidency Public Speaking Social Movements Messages Influence and Culture Leadership Development Hip-Hop Culture American Fundamentalism Rhetoric Popular Culture Public Memory

Douglas Penney, Ph.D.

Douglas Penney, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Classical Languages

Dr. Penney teaches Greek, Hebrew, and Akkadian

Ancient Greece Biblical Hebrew Greek Language

Benjamin Lovaasen, Ph.D.

Benjamin Lovaasen, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Chemistry

Dr. Lovaasen’s research interests include the development of chromophores and chromophore assemblies based on earth-abundant metals

Inorganic Chemistry Metals Chemistry Organometallic Chemistry Analytical Chemistry

David B. Fletcher, Ph.D.

David B. Fletcher, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Dr. Fletcher specializes in ethical theory and bioethical issues.

Bioethics Gambling Alcohol Drugs and Tobacco Ethics Personal Ethics Ethical Theory Biomedical Ethics Philosophy of Law Business Ethics Asian Philosophy Global Justice Contemporary Moral Problems Ethical Perspectives in Teaching

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