Dr. Elissa Cutter
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies & Theology
School of Arts & Sciences
Religious Studies, Theology, & Philosophy
Jeffries Hall 223
- Mondays, 12:45-2:15 p.m.
- Thursdays, 12:45-1:45 p.m.
- Virtual meetings by appointment: https://georgian.as.me/cutter
- Ph.D. in Theological Studies, Saint Louis University, 2016.
- M.A. in Theology, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology at the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA, 2009.
- A.B. in French and Theology, Georgetown University, 2003.
- Georgian Court University, Religious Studies & Theology, Assistant Professor, 2019–present.
- Loyola Marymount University, Theological Studies, Postdoctoral Faculty Fellow, 2016–19.
- GEN199, Discovering the Self in the Universe
- RS220, Christian Tradition
- RS220 (honors), Christian Tradition
- RS334 (online), Theological Ethics
- RS336, Social Justice Ethics
- RS360 (online), African American Religious Experience
- RS401, Seminar in Religious Thought
- RS405, Sources & Methods in Theology
- TH500, Introduction to Theological Study
Research / Creativity Interest Area
- Catholic theological tradition
- Historical theology
- Feminist theology
- Seventeenth-century French spirituality
- Port-Royal nuns
- Mother Angelique Arnauld (1591-1661)
- Inspired by feminist and Jesuit pedagogical traditions
- Proponent of service-learning pedagogy
- Certified Blackboard Specialist in Digital Teaching and Learning
- Participant in the 2022 Wabash Hybrid Teaching and Learning Workshop for Early Career Religion Faculty Teaching Undergraduates and Interfaith America’s 2023 Teaching Interfaith Understanding Seminar
- Co-editor for the blog WIT: Women in Theology
- For more information, including more detailed information about my research and teaching philosophy, see my academic homepage