Alphabetical by last name.
Martha L. Finch
- BA, Religion, Syracuse University, 1988.
- MA, Religious Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 1993.
- PhD, Religious Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 2000.
- Areas of Study at UCSB: American Religious History, Early New England Studies, Religion and the Body, Gender and Religion.
- Title of Master’s Thesis: “‘Bringing Down the Bodie’: Fast and Thanksgiving in Early New England.”
- Title of Doctoral Dissertation: “Corporality and Orthodoxy in Early New England: Plymouth Colony, 1620-1692.”
- Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Missouri State University.
- BA, History, Brigham Young University, 1999.
- MA, History, California State University, Stanislaus, 2003.
- Areas of Study at UCSB: History of Christianity, Religion in the Roman Empire, Religion in the Middle Ages, English Reformation, and Religion and Modernity (Enlightenment), Mormonism.
- BA, Religion, Centre College, 2006.
- AM, Islamic Studies, Washington University in St. Louis, 2008.
- PhD, Religious Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 2013.
- Areas of Study at UCSB: Islamic Law and Jurisprudence, Islamic Theology and Philosophy, Contemporary Islamic and Arab Intellectual History and Development, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Law, Philosophy of Violence, Internet Religious Communities, Secularization.
- Title of Doctoral Dissertation: “And God Knows the Martyrs: Authority and Self, Suicide and Martyrdom in Jihadi-Salafi Jurisprudence.”
- Current Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of Comparative Religion, Miami University.