With a PhD in Divinity, my research touches on a lot of different aspects of humanities. The subject of "god" or "religion" is not limited to particular belief systems. How we identify with each other, how we relate to the world around us, and even how we describe the way things work often intersects with my research. below is a list of some broad categories that I have something to say about.
~ Dr. Erica Mongé-Greer, PhD
I have gathered some of my thoughts, responses, and reflections on various lectures and talks on a variety of subjects. Feel free to browse these posts to read more of my Reflections on Presentations.
Reading literature is an important part of my life. In order to critically process technical, academic, and scientific information in a way that speaks to humanity, I need to have some understanding of humanity. Reading literature is one of the best ways I know to remain engaged with important subjects in a fun and relaxing way. Read more about my reflections on Literature.
I spend a significant part of my life in academic reflections on biblical texts. This section is dedicated to reflections and observations about biblical passages, the application of scripture, and religious intersections. Read more about the Bible and its application in Readings & Interpretations.
As much as I love to read, write, and teach, I also love to travel. Fortunately, my research comes with opportunities to use my passport. Read more about how, when, and where my research and networking opportunities take me for Research Travel.
There is a special place in my heart, and also in my academic research, for science fiction literature. Read commentaries, critical reflection, and interpretation of Sci-Fi genre books, tv series, and films.