Candace Kohli (Ph.D. '17) successfully defended her dissertation, Help for Moral Good: The Soul, the Spirit, and the Law in Martin Luther's Antinomian Disputations (1537-40).
Lynn Hillberg Jencks ((Ph.D. ’16) successfully defended her dissertation, 'Bendecidos, Encendidos, y En Victoria': Transformative Theology Strategies amongst Latina/o Immigrant Charismatic Catholics in the United States.
Ariel Schwartz (Ph.D. ’16) successfully defended her dissertation, In the Wake of Hate: Rebuilding Religion, Place, and Community in Sacramento and Joplin.
Matthew Ryan Robinson (Ph.D. '15) successfully defended his dissertation Redeeming Relationship, Relationship that Redeems: Free Sociability and the Completion of Humanity in the Thought of Friedrich Schleiermacher. He is currently a post-doctoral research associate in the faculty of Protestant Theology at the Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms Universität Bonn, Germany"
Brian Clites (Ph.D. ’15) successfully defended his dissertation, “Breaking of Silence: The Catholic Sexual Abuse Survivor Movement in Chicago”.
Vanessa Crosby (Ph.D. ’15) successfully defended her dissertation, “Death od Merchant: Trade and Commemoration in Late Medieval England, 1350 -1520”.
Kate Dugan (Ph.D. ’15) successfully defended her dissertation “Catholicism Remixed: Catholic Prayer and the Making of Millennial Catholic Subjectivity”.
Joshua Feigelson (Ph.D. ’15) successfully defended his dissertation “Relationship, Power, and Holy Secularity: Rabbi Yitz Greenberg and American Jewish Life, 1966-1983”.
Alyssa Henning (Ph.D. ’15) successfully defended her dissertation “Experiments in Judaism: Jewish Sources, Ethics, and Research with Human Subjects”.