Arts & Humanities Experts

Experts are listed alphabetically.


Joel Baden Ph.D.

Professor of Hebrew Bible


Field & Expertise

Arts & Humanities

Religion, Bible, ancient near east, Israel, God


Teresa Berger Ph.D.
  • Professor of Liturgical Studies
  • Thomas E. Golden Jr. Professor of Catholic Theology

Field & Expertise

Arts & Humanities

Catholicism, Catholic Church, worship practices, liturgy, digital media and religion


Phillip G. Bernstein B.A., M.Arch.

Associate Dean and Lecturer


Field & Expertise

Arts & Humanities

Licensed architect, technologist in the building industry, educator of professional practice


John J. Collins B.A., M.A., Ph.D., D. LITT

Holmes Professor of Old Testament Criticism and Interpretation


Field & Expertise

Arts & Humanities

Bible, Dead Sea Scrolls, apocalypticism, biblical values


Peter de Bretteville B.A., M.A.

Visiting Critic


Field & Expertise

Arts & Humanities

Campus design, urban design, adaptive reuse, architecture


Robin Dembroff Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Philosophy


Field & Expertise

Arts & Humanities

Gender, transgender, sexuality, feminism


Kyle Dugdale M.Arch., Ph.D.

Critic in Architecture


Field & Expertise

Arts & Humanities

Architectural history and theory, architecture of modernity, architecture as expression of belief, monuments and inscriptions, the Tower of Babel


Keller Easterling B.A., M.Arch.

Professor of Architecture


Field & Expertise

Arts & Humanities

Global infrastructure and urbanism, free zones urbanism, spatial products, repeatable spatial formulas, automated vehicles


Joanne B. Freeman M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of History and American Studies


Field & Expertise

Arts & Humanities

The American Founding, founding fathers, early American politics and elections, political violence, 18th & 19th centuries, duels, the culture of Congress before the Civil War, Alexander Hamilton


Alexander Garvin B.A., M. Arch., M.

Professor (Adjunct) of Architecture


Field & Expertise

Arts & Humanities

City planner, Atlanta Belt plan