Comparative Religion and Humanities

Micki Lennon

The courses I teach focus on the role that religion plays in shaping cultural understandings of important human experiences such as sexuality, marriage, death, and dying; or in forming significant cultural categories like gender and nature. My research has focused mainly on the intersection of religion and sexuality in the North American context, especially among evangelical Christians and Roman Catholics. My teaching responsibilities include RELS 264W: Death, Dying and Afterlife; RELS 275W, Women and Religion; and RELS 357/357W End of the World.

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)