Calvin Mercer Professor of Religious Studies



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Study Abroad Professor

Responsible for course design, course content, formulating and managing the budget, making all travel plans, managing logistical arrangements, recruitment of students, predeparture meetings, and course instruction (each course was 6 semester hours).

Summer 2005, Italy/Greece/Islands, 51 participants (university’s largest)
Summer 2004, Egypt, 28 participants (university’s largest)
Summer 2003, Mexico/Belize, 21 participants (university’s largest)

Summer 2002, Mexico, 32 participants


Summer 2001, Italy/Greece, 49 participants (university’s largest)
Summer 2000, Spain/Morocco, 18 participants
Summer 1999, Italy, 17 participants


Academic Service (Representative List)



East Carolina University—Religious Studies Program (Representative List)
Note: See above under “Adminstrative Experience” for additional service.
Editor, Program Newsletter, 8/16-present
Advise Majors, 8/15-present
Graduation Monitor, 8/15-present
Archivist, 8/15-present
Editor, “Events” Newsletter, 1/01-present
Jarvis Lecture on Religion and Culture (currently renamed Distinguished Lecture on Religion and Culture), fundraise and produce, 1/92-5/13, 8/14-12/15

East Carolina University—University and College Committees (Representative List)
Whichard Chair Search Committee, member, 8/16-5/17
Diversity and Inclusion Awards Review Committee, Office for Equity and Diversity, 1/16-3/16
Interfaith Diversity Experiences and Attitudes Longitudinal Survey Project (IDEALS) Team, 1/15-5/16
Five-Year Chair Administrative Review Committee—Department of Philosophy and Religion, 12/14-4/15
Harriot College Arts and Sciences Dean’s Workgroup on Fiscal Sustainability, 10/14-11/15
Whichard Chair Search Committee, chair, 8/08-12/08.
Review Panel, Research Development Grant Program, 3/06-5/06
Dean’s Committee to Evaluate the Philosophy Chair, 2/05-3/05
Ad Hoc Committee to Obtain and Implement an Endowed Chair in Religious Studies, 5/04-3/08.
Ad Hoc Committee for the Fall “Rumi Festival,” 1/04-12/04
Provost’s Ad Hoc Strategic Planning Committee for International Affairs, 1/04-12/04
Dean’s Ad Hoc Security Policy Studies Committee, chair, 9/03-2/04
Provost Ad Hoc Committee on Developing an Arab Studies/Middle Eastern Studies Minor, 2/03-8/03
Dean’s Ad Hoc Committee on Interdisciplinary Programs, 8/99-5/00
East Carolina University Critical Incident Stress Management Team, 8/99-5/00
Arts and Sciences Ad Hoc Committee on College Program and Course Web Advertising, 3/99-8/00
Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor Committee, 8/96-5/98 (Chair 8/96-5/97)
Board of Advisers, East Carolina Religious Arts Festival, School of Music, 8/96-5/99
Research/Creative Activity Grants Committee, 8/96-5/97
Appellate Hearing Committee, secretary, 8/93-8/95
Arts and Sciences Research Awards Committee, Spring 1992
Council on the Status of Women, Advancement and Promotion Subcommittee, 8/89-5/90
Continuing Education Committee, 8/88-5/92 (Secretary 8/90-5/91)
Women’s Studies Program Executive Committee, 8/86-5/90 (Review of Program Subcommittee, 8/87-5/88; Women’s History Month Subcommittee Chair, 8/88-5/89)
University Calendar Committee, 8/86-5/89 (Secretary, 8/86-5/87; Vice-Chair 8/87-5/89)
Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee, 8/86-5/91


East Carolina University—Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies (Representative List)

Personnel Committee, 8/92- (Chair, 8/15-7/16)


Peel Endowed Chair in Religion Search Committee, chair, 1/08-4/08
Acting Department Chair, 2nd Summer Session 1991, 2nd summer session 2006
Awards Committee, 8/04-5/05
Code Committee, 8/00-5/06
Tenure and Promotion Committee, 8/98-present
Faculty Search Committee, numerous ones 8/98-present (chair of Search Committee for the religious studies position , 1/03-7/03)

Special Ad-Hoc Departmental Workload Operating Policy Response Team, 8/97-5/98

Curriculum Committee, 8/91-5/92, 8/02-5/03, 8/94-5/98, 8/08-5/09 (chair)

Operational Planning Committee, 8/90-5/91; 8/96-5/98 (chair, 8/96-5/97)

Personnel Committee, 8/90-present (vice-chair, 8/92-5/93)



Profession and Profession-Related

Member, Diocesan Board of Examining Chaplains, Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina, 9/16--present


Reviewer, “’This World Doesn’t Belong to You:’ AI Apocalypse and Human Disappearance,” Religions, 2/17
Reviewer, “Technological Head Games—Brain-Machine Interface & the 2028 World

Series of Baseball,” Technologies, 11/15


Reviewer, “The Advent of Postmodern Robotic Technoreligiosity,” Journal of Evolution and Technology, 6/15
“Human Enhancement and Transhumanism” Group, American Academy of Religion,

Annual Meeting, Founding Chair, 11/07; Steering Committee Chair, 11/07—11/12; Co-chair, 11/12—11/13; Member, 3/15—present


“TECH-FORUM (Technology, Enhancement, and Christianity Forum”), Lead Organizer of this new group, 9/14—5/16
Co-editor (with Steve Fuller). Palgrave Studies in the Future of Humanity and Its Successors. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 10/14—present
The Monastic Project: A Manual for Instructors. Begun in 1999, this 67-page manual for teaching, offered for free to anyone requesting it, is utilized by a number of professors around the country in a variety of courses. The Project and Manual was thoroughly updated thanks to a summer 2015 East Carolina University Teaching Grant. The Project is drawn from my investigation of monasticism in various religions, including my own participatory observations in Israeli and American Roman Catholic Trappist, Japanese Zen, Indian and American Hindu, and Thai Theravada monasteries. A presentation of The Monastic Project, entitled “Experiential Learning in the World Religions Course,” was made at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion, Denver, 11/17/01. Project updates were provided at the Annual Convention of the College Theology Society, Milwaukee, 5/31/03, and at the American Academy of Religion Southeast Regional Meeting on 3/7/04. An on-campus paid consultation was provided, by invitation, in 12/03 to the theology faculty of the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. The Project was reviewed by Professor Jennifer Oldstone-Moore in Teaching Theology and Religion 12/2 (April 2009) 109-22. I have made presentations about the Project to lay religious and civic groups. The Project has now been tested by various professors in a variety of religion and other courses. I routinely answer questions and provide support for this growing list of professors via email, phone conversations, and face-to-face meetings at professional gatherings. Editors have expressed interest, but I have chosen to distribute it for free in order to achieve a wider impact.
Referee, Pastoral Psychology, 9/14
Opening Remarks, “First International Conference on Religion at ECU: Religion, Immigration, Health, and Human Rights—Challenges and the Way Forward,” East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 9/13
Reviewed "Fear of the world? Reactions of religious fundamentalists to taboo images and words," for Psychological Reports. 7/12
Advisory Committee, Pitt County Memorial Hospital School of Clinical

Pastoral Education, Greenville, NC, 3/09-5/13


“Transhumanism and Religion” Consultation and Group, American Academy of Religion, Annual Meeting, Presider, 11/07—11/13
“Transhumanism and Religion” Consultation, American Academy of Religion,

Annual Meeting, Author of the proposal to establish the new program

unit, 11/07
Organized and convened panel “Eschatological Implications of Extreme

Longevity.” American Academy of Religion, Annual Meeting, San Diego, 11/07


Referee, College Theology Society Annual Volume (Orbis Books), edited by

William J. Collinge, 8/07


“Forcing God’s Hand: Documentary on Contemporary Christian Apocalypticism” (by Kevin Wells), expert consultant, 1/07-present

Organized and convened panel “Radical Life Extension: What Religions Have to Say.” American Academy of Religion, Annual Meeting, Washington, 11/06

Referee, Psychological Reports: Perceptual and Motor Skills, 8/05-present


Expert consultant on the topic “Fundamentalism,” World Religions in Dialogue textbook, St. Mary’s Press, 11/06—12/05

Services include:



  • Expert resource scholar for chapter contributors (in progress)

  • Review book chapters (scheduled)

  • Write pieces for the book preface and perhaps main body of the book (scheduled)

  • Write pieces for the instructor and student ancillaries to accompany book (scheduled)

Evaluator, Textbook in World Religions, 8/04-5/05


Consultant, University of St. Thomas Theology Faculty, St. Paul, MN, on-campus consultation on The Monastic Project, 12/03
Evaluator, A Theological Introduction to the New Testament, Longman Publishers, 5/03-8/04
Movie Script Based on the Biblical Book of Job, expert consultant, 1/02-12/04 (movie was never made)
Referee, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 8/99-5/00
Humanities scholar consultant for the NCHC-funded “The Islamic Tradition: Impact on Peoples and Cultures in Southwest Asia,” 19th Annual East Carolina University Asian Studies Program Symposium, Greenville, NC, 4/92
Society of Biblical Literature, Southeastern Regional, presided at a section meeting, Chattanooga, 3/86


Discipline-Based (i.e., related to my scholarship or teaching) Community Service / Presentations (Representative List, beginning in 2006)
(See “Non-Academic CV Addendum,” available upon request, for a more complete list of community service presentations.)
Boston Globe Podcast Interview on Radical Human Enhancement
Technology.” Interviewer Zachery Davis. Boston Globe, 4/17
“Extreme Religion II.” Evening Rotary Club, Greenville, NC, 9/17

“The Creative Power of Language.” St. Paul’s Episcopal Youth Program, Greenville, NC, 3/17


“What’s On Your Mind? Asking Questions You ‘Shouldn’t’ Ask.” St. Paul’s Episcopal Youth Program, Greenville, NC, 3/17
“Extreme Religion.” Evening Rotary Club, Greenville, NC, 2/17
“Interview about Research on Extreme Human Enhancement.” Interviewer Michah Redding. “The Christian Transhumanist Podcast.” 2/17 http://brickcaster.com/christiantranshumanist/29
“Religions of the World—And Our City.” ECU Lifelong Learning Program, Greenville, NC, 2/17
“Major World Religions—Big Picture Similarities and Differences.” EYC Group, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, NC, 11/16
“Why Bad Things Happen to Good People: The Problem of Evil and Suffering.” ECU Lifelong Learning Program, Greenville, NC, 10/16
“Living Healthy for 500 Years and Other Enhancements—It’s No Longer Mere Science Fiction.” Science Café, Greenville, NC, 9/16
“The ‘Implementation’ of Gratitude.” Kanuga Youth Leaders Conference, Hendersonville, NC, 6/16
“Interview about Research on Radical Human Enhancement.” Interviewer Matthew Waller, Baptist New Global, 4/16
“What’s On Your Mind—Hard Questions About Religion.” EYC Group, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, NC, 2/16
“Our Institutions Face Serious Challenges: Reflections on Ethical Leadership.” ECU Career Leadership Conference, Greenville, NC, 2/16
“Great Texts of the Old Testament.” ECU Lifelong Learning Program, Greenville, NC, 2/16
“Radical Biotech Breakthroughs: Religious and Social Implications.” St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, NC, 1/16
“Fun Facts About the Bible.” Hobgood Academy High School Class Special Lecture, Hobgood, NC 10/15
“Great Texts of the New Testament.” ECU Lifelong Learning Program, Greenville, NC, 9/15
“From the Heart: A Theological and Psychological Ramble.” Community Religion Lecture, Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Greenville, NC, 8/15
“Living for 500 Years, Or More.” ECU Lifelong Learning Program, Greenville, NC, 3/15
“Extreme Religion and Living in a Diverse Society—A Two-Part Mini Series.” Community Religion Lecture, Greenville, NC, 3/15
“Getting Jesus all Wrong.” St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, NC, 2/15
“Why Our Institutions are Challenged: Reflections on Ethical Leadership.” ECU Career Leadership Conference, Greenville, NC, 2/15
“Monks and Monasteries—Relevant for Today?” St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, NC, 2/15
“Understanding Evil—In the Bible, In Theology, In the World.” St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, NC, 2/15
“Meditation for Health and Happiness.” ECU Lifelong Learning Program, Greenville, NC, 11/14
“Journey Through the Holy Land--Slides from Summer 2014.” Community Religion Lecture (with Dr. Susan Vickery-Mercer), Greenville, NC, 10/14
“Human Enhancement: Moving into an Unknown Future.” Noon Rotary Club, Greenville, NC, 9/14
“Slides of the Holy Land: Religious: Geographical, and Historical Perspectives, with Some Attention to the Political Context.” Community Religion Lecture (with Dr. Susan Vickery-Mercer), Greenville, NC, 9/14
“Laughing for Health and Holiness.” Youth Leaders in Training, Kanuga Conference Center, NC, 6/14
“Human Enhancement: Moving into an Unknown Future.” Evening Rotary Club, Greenville, NC, 5/14
“How We Got the Bible—A Three-Part Series.” Community Religion Lectures, St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, NC, 2/14
“The ‘Lost’ Books of the Bible.” ECU Lifelong Learning Program, Greenville, NC, 2/14
“Brave New People.” STEM Starlight Presentation, Greenville, NC, 1/14
“Religion and Politics.” Community Religion Lecture, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, NC, 1/14
“Paul: A Polite Bribe.” Panelist, ECU Religious Studies Program, Greenville, NC, 1/14
“Forgiveness Internalized—A New Look at the Parable of the Prodigal Son.” Immanuel Baptist Church, Greenville, NC, 11/13
“Learning from our Founders—Reflections on Thomas Jefferson.” Daughters of the American Revolution, Greenville, NC, 10/13
“Learning from our Founders—Reflections on Thomas Jefferson.” Virginia Dare Chapter of the North Carolina Society of Colonial Dames—XVII Century,” Myrtle Grove Plantation, Faulkland, NC, 9/13
“Humor in the Bible.” ECU Lifelong Learning Program, Greenville, NC, 2/13
“Understanding Fundamentalism—A Three-Part Series.” St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Kinston, NC, 1-2/13
“Religious Diversity—Catch the Flavor.” ECU Masters of School Administration Internship Seminar Series, Greenville, NC, 11/12
“God in the Voting Booth: First Amendment Issues.” Community Religion Lecture, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, NC, 10/12
“Spiritual and Holistic Practices for Substance Abuse and Clinical Counselors.” Day-long presenter, with Dr. Vickery-Mercer. Professional Association of Rehabilitation Counselors (PARC) Annual Weekend Conference, Emerald Isle, NC, 3/12
“But the Bible Says … Christian Fundamentalism.” Downtown Dialogues in the Humanities, “Varieties of Religious Extremism,” presenter and panelist, Museum of Art, Greenville, NC, 12/11
“How We Got the Bible—a Four-Part Series.” Community Fall Lectures, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, NC

  • Pen and Paper, 10/23/11

  • Canon is Not a Big Gun, 10/30/11

  • Translation is Tricky Business, 10/6/11

  • The Bible and Christian Theology, 10/12/11

“Serving A Religiously Diverse Population: A Lunchtime Learning Continuing Education Series.” Vidant Medical Center, Greenville, NC



  • Eastern NC Religious Profile, 10/18/11

  • Asian Religious Traditions, 10/20/11

  • “Western” Religious Traditions, 10/25//11

  • Interfaith Theology and Issues, 10/27/11

“Humor in the Bible” or “Why Jesus Didn’t Have Ulcers.” ECU Episcopal Campus Ministry, Greenville, NC, 9/11


“Serving A Religiously Diverse Population: A Lunchtime Learning Continuing Education Series.” Vidant Medical Center, Greenville, NC

  • Eastern NC Religious Profile, 4/5/11

  • Asian Religious Traditions, 4/7/11

  • “Western” Religious Traditions, 4/14/11

  • Interfaith Theology and Issues, 4/19/11

“Religions of the World—and Our City: A Five-Part Series.” Spring 2011 Religion Lectures, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, NC



  • Hinduism, 3/20/11

  • Buddhism, 3/27/11

  • Judaism, 4/3/11

  • Islam, 4/10/11

  • Interfaith Theology and Issues, 4/17/11

“Understanding Fundamentalism:  A Three-Part Series.”  St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, NC, 9-10/10


“A History of the Jarvis Lecture on Christianity and Culture.” Jarvis Memorial United Methodist Church Council, Greenville, NC, 3/10
“Human Enhancement Technology and CPE: What the Future May Hold.” CPE Didactic Seminar, Pitt County Memorial Hospital School of Clinical Pastoral Education, Greenville, NC, 5/09
“Human Enhancement Technology and CPE: What the Future May Hold.”

CPE Didactic Seminar, Pitt County Memorial Hospital School of

Clinical Pastoral Education, Greenville, NC, 5/09
“Giving It Up for Lent—A Modified Version of the Monastic Project.

ECU Episcopal Campus Ministry, Greenville, NC, 4/09


Foreword to The Camp Merton Chronicles, by Dr. Jesse Peel, 1/09
“Religion in the Modern World: A Four-Part Series.” First Presbyterian Church,

Greenville, NC



  • “Hinduism: Part 1.” 3/06

  • “Hinduism: Part 2.” 3/06

  • “Buddhism.” 4/06
  • “Islam.” 4/06

“Judaism, Christianity, and Islam: A Common Tradition?” East Carolina

University Presbyterian Campus Ministry, Greenville, NC, 2/06

East Carolina University—Representative Campus Presentations
“Living Healthy for 500 Years and Other Enhancements: It’s No Longer Mere Science Fiction.” ECU FaculTea, Harriot College of Arts and Sciences and Joyner Library, Greenville, NC, 4/17
“We the People: Representation and Voice in Politics.” Panelist in a Pecha Kucha event. Downtown Dialogues on the Humanities, ECU Division of Research and Graduate Studies, Greenville, NC, 10/16 (canceled due to hurricane, may be rescheduled)
“Politics and Religion—Two Topics to Avoid At Parties: A Panel Discussion.” Organizer and panelist. ECU Campus, Greenville, NC, 10/16.
“Religion and Politics: The Two Topics You Avoid at Parties So You Won’t Get Into a Fight.” ECU Religious Studies Club, Greenville, NC, 3/16
“Social Problems in Greenville … Is There One Solution that Solves All of Them?” Sociology Social Problems Course, Guest Lecturer, 9/15
“Ethical Leadership and the Challenges of our Institutions.” ECU Political Science Honor Society Induction Ceremony, Greenville, NC, 4/15
“Living for 500 Years, Or More.” ECU Lifelong Learning Program, Greenville, NC, 3/15
“Local Government—American Style.” Faculty Guest Lecture Series, ECU Language Academy, ECU, Greenville, NC, 11/14
“Ethics in Leadership.” ECU Chancellor’s Leadership Academy, Greenville, NC, 2/14
“Paul: A Polite Bribe.” Panelist, ECU Religious Studies Program, Greenville, NC, 1/14
“Ethical Leadership.” ECU Chancellor’s Leadership Academy, Greenville, NC, 10/13
“Humor in the Bible.” ECU Lifelong Learning Program, Greenville, NC, 2/13
“Religious Diversity—Catch the Flavor.” ECU Masters of School Administration Internship Seminar Series, Greenville, NC, 11/12
“Sitting in a Renzai Zen Buddhism Monastery in Kyoto, Japan.” East Carolina University Buddhist Study Group, Greenville, NC, 3/10
“Living for 500 Years—or Longer!” ECU Episcopal Campus Ministry, Greenville, NC, 1/10
“What’s Happening in in the ECU Religious Studies Program.” ECU Campus Ministers Association, Greenville, NC, 1/10
“Students and Political Action.” ECU Episcopal Campus Ministry, Greenville, NC, 9/09
“Extreme Longevity Science—What Psychologists Have to Say.” ECU

Psychology of Religion Class, Greenville, NC, 11/08


“Teaching Students Whose Religion Interferes with Learning the Material.” Lunchtime Learning Seminar, Center for Faculty Excellence, 3/08
“Religious Diversity in the Classroom.” Presentation to the ECU NC Teaching

Fellows and Maynard Scholars, 3/07


“Seeing in the Dark: Working with Diversity in the Classroom.” ECU Teaching Fellows, Monthly Seminar, 3/07
“Flock of Dodos: The Evolution/Intelligent Design Circus.” Panelist. East

Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 1/07


“Extreme Longevity and Religion.” Campus Ministers Association, East

Carolina University, 10/06


“Surrounded by Books: The Nurturing of Learning.” Scholar-Teacher Awards Symposium. East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 4/06
“Effectively Handling Emergencies on Tour.” Orientation for Faculty Study

Abroad Directors, Division of Continuing Studies—Summer Study

Abroad, 4/24/06, 4/27/06
“Religion and Cult: What is the Difference?” For the People: A Student Dialogue Series, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 3/06
“Religious Diversity.” Panelist. East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 3/06
“Discovering Japanese History & Culture through Anime: A Multidisciplinary

Exploration of Miyazaki Hayao's Princess Mononoke.” Workshop

for Pitt County Area  Middle and High School  Social Science

Teachers, panelist, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 2/06


Contribution to the Multidisciplinary Studies and Religious Studies chapters of

A Brief and True Report: A History of Thomas Harriot College of Arts

and Sciences, 1909-2004, Lorraine Hale Robinson, general editor
“Religion and Health.” Special Lecture to a Health Science Professionals

Class, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 3/05


“Monks and Monasteries.” Buddhist Study Group, East Carolina University,

Greenville, NC, 3/05


“Strange and Not-So-Strange Happenings: Religion at East Carolina.”

Campus Ministers Association, East Carolina University, Greenville,

NC, 3/05
“Encountering Other Religions in the Workplace.” Special Lecture to a Health Science Professionals Class, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC,

3/05
“Cell Phones and Kashmir: Some Global Trends and Their Significance.”

World Fest, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 12/04
“Religion East and West.” Seminar leader, East Carolina University Summer International Seminar: Global Classroom with East Carolina and

Soochow University in China,” Greenville, NC, 7/04


“Trying Not to Get Beaten: My Experience in a Renzai Zen Buddhism Monastery in Kyoto, Japan.” East Carolina University Buddhist Study Group, Greenville, NC, 2/04
“From Adam to Jerry Falwell: Image, Role, and Status of Women in the

Judaeo-Christian Tradition.” Special Lecture to a Woman’s Studies

Class, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 10/03
“Religion as Deviance.” Special Lecture to a Sociology Class, East Carolina University, “Greenville, NC, 1/03
“Religion and Science: Friends or Enemies?” Special Lecture to an Honors Seminar on Religion and Science, East Carolina University, Greenville,

NC, 11/02


“Image, Role, and Status of Women from Adam to Jerry Falwell.” Special lecture to a Women’s Studies Class, East Carolina University,

Greenville, NC, 3/02


East Carolina University Minority Student Coalition Faculty Forum, panelist, Greenville, NC, 1/02
“September 11 and Its Fallout.” East Carolina University Wright Cultural Center, panelist, Greenville, NC, 9/01
“Working in a Religiously Diverse Environment.” Special Lecture to a Health Professionals’ Class, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 9/01
“Battle on the Field of Dharma: Stories and Teaching from the Bhagavad-Gita.” Special Lecture Presented to a Mythology Class, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 4/01
“The State of the Religious Studies Program.” Presentation to the Arts and Sciences Advancement Council, 10/00
“Graduation Address.” Religious Studies Graduation Ceremony, East

Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 5/98, 12/98, 5/99, 12/99, 5/00,

12/00, 5/01, 12/01, 5/02, 12/02, 5/03, 12/03, 5/04, 12/04, 5/05, 12/05,

5/06
Panelist, “Faculty Forum: National Endowment for the Humanities 1993 Summer Stipend Program,” ECU Office of Sponsored Programs, 9/92


“From Eve to Starhawk:The Image, Role, and Status of Women in the

Christian Tradition.” Special lecture presented to the Honors Seminar

“Issues for Black Women in White America,” East Carolina University,

Greenville, NC,11/90


“Sexual Violence and the Warrior God.” Special lecture presented to the an

Honors Seminar “Sexual Abuse: Incidence, Impact and Prevention,” East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 11/90


“From Eve to Starhawk:The Image, Role, and Status of Women in the Christian Tradition.” Special lecture presented to the Introduction to Women’s Studies class, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 3/87
“Noncanonical Images of Jesus.” Luncheon Presentation to the ECU Psychiatric Students in Residence, Greenville, NC, 4/86


Courses Developed and Taught

Introduction to Religion (developed and taught)


Liberation Theology Seminar (developed and taught)
Mysticism Seminar (developed and taught)
New Testament (taught)
Old Testament (taught)
Religion and Science (developed and taught)
Religion and Social Issues Seminar (developed and taught)
Religious and Human Enhancement Technology Seminar (developed and taught)
Women and Religion (developed and taught)
World Religions (taught)


Clincial Experience

Medical Park Psychiatric Associates, Greenville, NC. Clinician. Responsibilities: Individual psychotherapy with adults and children, family therapy, crisis intervention, clinical and psychometric assessment. 9/98-5/04 (part-time)


Mental Health Services, Student Health Services, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC. Clinician. Responsibilities: Individual psychotherapy, crisis intervention, clinical assessment, consultation. 8/97-5/98 (part-time)
Mental Health Services, Student Health Services, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC. Clinical Intern. Responsibilities: Individual psychotherapy,
crisis intervention, clinical and psychometric assessment, consultation. 8/95-5/97 (part-time).
Mental Health Services, Student Health Services, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC. 1/94-5/94. Practicum student. Responsibilities: Individual psychotherapy, crisis intervention, clinical assessment, consultation. 1/94-5/94 (part-time)
Earth Group Home, Pitt County Mental Health Center, Greenville, NC. Practicum student. Responsibilities: Behavior therapy with third grade student and parenting skills training. 1/93-5/93 (part-time)


Memberships

American Academy of Religion


College Theology Society

International Thomas Merton Society




Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society

Society for the Scientific Study of Religion



Education

East Carolina University: M.A. (Clinical Psychology), 1997


Florida State University: Ph.D. (Religion concentration), 1983
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary: M.Div. (cum laude), 1977; Th.M., 1979
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: B.A. (Journalism and Psychology), 1975




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