Faculty Directory

Department of Religion and Philosophy

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Professor of Religious Studies
Evans 129

Dr. Lidke earned his M.A. (1996) and Ph.D.(2000) in South Asia Religion and Philosophy from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and his B.A. in Religious Studies from the University of Colorado (1990). He was a Fulbright Dissertation Fellow to Nepal in the 1996-97 academic year.

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Adjunct Instructor of Religion
Evans 208
Chaplain; Adjunct Instructor of Religion
Krannert 328

Dr. Huggins is the College Chaplain and leads Mount Berry Chapel. He has Academic Graduate degrees from Wheaton College, Reformed Theological Seminary, and the University of Stellenbosch. He is also an ordained Priest in the Anglican Church in North America.

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Professor of Philosophy
Evans 202

Tom Kennedy is Professor of Philosophy and Dean of the Evans School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. His scholarly interests lie at the intersection of religion and morality and in eighteenth-century Scottish thought.

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Associate Professor of Philosophy
Evans 128

Matthew Lee regularly teaches Introduction to Philosophy, Critical Thinking, and the Philosophy of C. S. Lewis. He has also taught Symbolic Logic, Early Modern Philosophy, God & Evolution, and Weapons Ethics. He will soon introduce a course on Happiness, Well-Being, and the Meaning of Life.

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Professor of Religion and Philosophy
Evans 126

Michael Papazian has been at Berry since 1998. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Virginia in 1995 and specializes in ancient philosophy, logic, and the medieval Armenian tradition of translations of Greek philosophical and theological texts.

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Assistant Professor of Religion
Evans 112B

Jonathan Parker teaches Bible and theology at Berry. He completed his Ph.D. in Old Testament at the University of Durham (England), with special emphasis on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture. His research interests include the use of the Bible's history of reception in comparative Jewish and Christian interpretation.

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Assistant Professor of Religion
Evans 136

Jordan Rowan Fannin teaches theology at Berry. She completed her Ph.D. in theology at Baylor University, with special emphasis in theology and literature. In addition to literature (and in particular the work of Flannery O’Connor), her research interests include the significance of place and displacement in the Christian tradition and contemporary moral theology, as well as theology of material culture and the lived environment.

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