Joshua Dubler, Ph.D.,
Princeton University, Department of Religion
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. Bang! Thud turns to the figure of the assassin to provide an account of agency in history, one it executes in dialogue with Hegel, Tolstoy, Walter Benjamin and Saba Mahmood among others.
Joshua is currently working on developing his dissertation into a book. The manuscript, entitled Seven Weeks of Penitentiary Life, is an ethnographic study of the chapel at Pennsylvania's State Correctional Institutional at Graterford.
Joshua 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 Contemporary Civilization.
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