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Joshua Dubler

Assistant Professor of Religion
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Department of Religion And Classics

Areas of expertise: Religion in America, criminal justice and religion, guilt

Press contact:
Valerie Alhart
valerie.alhart@rochester.edu
585.276.3256

Related Links:
Interview on C-Span: After Words with Joshua Dubler (video)


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Biography
Joshua Dubler received his PhD in Religion from Princeton University. His research and teaching focus on American religion and theory of religion. Along with Andrea Sun-Mee Jones, he is the author of 'Bang! Thud: World Spirit' from a Texas School Book Depository. Dubler has taught courses at Princeton University, Haverford College, Andover Newton Theological School and in Villanova University's program at Graterford Prison. He is currently teaching a course on the modern concept of "guilt."