cynthia hogan

Dr. Cynthia Hogan

Dr. Cynthia Hogan (Religious Studies) earned her M.A. and Ph.D. and in Religion and Culture at UNC-Chapel Hill. Before coming to W&J, Dr. Hogan taught in the Department of Philosophy and Religion and the Jewish Studies minor at Ithaca College, and Wells College her alma mater. She also holds a Masters in Ancient History. Her training in critical social theory and cultural studies, with a specialization in religious material culture, informs her teaching work on a wide range of topics in cultural and historical-critical approaches to the study of religion, religious material culture, and religion and gender.


symposium on democracy 2020

Roundtable: Religion and Violence

February 22, 2023 @ 11:15 am - 12:30 pm

Location: Burnett 102   Increasingly, democratic nations are threatened by violence through outright attacks or more nuanced campaigns that target either religious minorities or secular communities by various hate groups…