I am Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Religion at Tufts University, where I teach courses on American Religious History; Religion, Race, and Politics in the United States; and the Global History of Christianity. I am also an affiliated faculty in American Studies, History, International Religions, and the Tisch College of Civic Life. Many of my courses are cross-listed with these programs. My regular course offerings include:

Survey Courses:

History of Religion in America to the Civil War
History of Religion in America from the Civil War to the Present
Religion and Politics in American History

Seminar Courses:

Religion, Race, and Nation in American History
Evangelicalism in America
Religion and American Foreign Affairs

I also have had the great privilege of teaching Religion in France from the Roman Empire to Jean Jacques Rousseau at the Tufts European Center, Talloires, France.