Part-Time Faculty

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Professor Black's research and teaching examines the intersections of classical Greco-Roman culture, philosophy and religion, and their influence on the emergence and development of Christianity, its institutional structure, theology, and spirituality. He teaches courses in Greek and Roman Literature and Culture, Classical Mythology, Greek and Roman Religion, Ancient Philosophy, Scripture, and Religion and Culture in Late Antiquity (Patristics).

  • PhD Graduate Theological Union

Faculty Emeritus

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Professor Deist received her PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She was a professor of Classics and medieval French, as well as director of the Classical Studies Program. Her special comparative interests are Virgil, classical epic, and medieval French courtly romance.

  • PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Virgil
  • Classical epic, and medieval French courtly romance