Professor, Religious Studies
Religion, Ethics, Politics

Old Main, 104

William David Hart,  professor and holder of the Margaret W. Harmon Chair, researches the intersection of religion, ethics, and politics. His current projects include a comparative analysis of human sacrifice in religion and statecraft and associations among religion, slavery, race, criminality, and animality. He teaches courses on these topics and on similar themes in work of writers such as James Baldwin, Toni Morrison, August Wilson, and Octavia Butler.

Spring 2018 – Wednesday 3:15 – 4:15