Profiles in "Religion" Expertise Area

  • Hejduk's research is focused on European and American avant-garde architecture and urbanism from around 1960 to the present and its development relative to culture and philosophy of that period.
  • Dupey is a historian of capitalism in the 19th century U.S. and the program lead for the North American track in the History Online MA at ASU. He holds a secondary appointment in medical humanities at the Creighton University Medical School Phoenix.
  • Taliaferro studies religion, the history of political thought and Islamic thought. She has held fellowships at Princeton and Georgetown University in Qatar as well as a Boren Fellowship in Morocco.
  • Brittany is interested in Latina mothering experiences in the Mormon Church as it intersects with gender, identity formation, and religious politics in US contexts.
  • Palka is an archaeologist, anthropologist, and ethnohistorian of indigenous religions, art, and cross-cultural contact in Mexico and Central America.
  • Chen Jiang is a Ph.D. student in political science at Arizona State University. Her research interests include religion and politics, nationalism and ethnicity using the method of comparative historical analysis.
  • Berry is a scholar of religion with a research focus on the intersection of religion and environmental issues.
  • Shyla Gonzalez-Dogan is a community-based scholar that focuses on community-based organizing as a remedy for social issues. Her research agenda centers primarily on identity formation and practices of inclusion and exclusion.