I am the Warren S. Woodbridge 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 also hold faculty appointments in the Department of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora; the Department of History; the Civic Studies Program; and the International Relations program. Many of my courses are cross-listed across these units. 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

Global History of Christianity since the Middle Ages

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 through the Tufts University Prison Initiative of Tisch College (TUPIT) and at the Tufts European Center, Talloires, France.