, Director of Career Services, Instructor of History and Religion
Office: DAR 211
Ph.D., Renaissance and Reformation, University of Tennessee, 2011
M.A. Historical Theology, Emmanuel Christian Seminary, 2003
MSSW, clinical social work, University of Tennessee, 1993
BA, History, Milligan College, 1990
Research and Teaching Areas
- (book) A Body Politic to Govern: The Political Humanism of Elizabeth I, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013
(article) “Elizabeth I and Pope Paul IV: Reticence and Reformation,” in Church History and Religious Culture, no. 94 (2014), pp. 1-21.
(article) “A Switch of Language: Elizabeth I’s use of the Vernacular As a key to her early Protestantism,” in Journal of Anglican Studies, volume 11, issue 01, (May 2013), pp. 100-113.
(article) “Dissenters in England,” in The Encyclopedia of World History, vol. III, (New York: Facts on File), October 1, 2007.
book reviews in the Journal of British Studies, and the Sixteenth Century Journal.