Professor, Religious Studies
Religion, Ethics, Politics

Old Main, 104
651-696-6596

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 theoretical study of antiblackness and a comparative analysis of human sacrifice in religion and statecraft.  Hart teaches courses on religion and colonialism, religion and constructions of race, and humanism and atheism.

OFFICE HOURS:
Spring 2018 – Wednesday 3:15 – 4:15