Christopher Richmann, Ph.D., is the Assistant Director of the Academy for Teaching and Learning (ATL) and affiliate faculty in the Department of Religion. Dr. Richmann has published numerous book reviews, encyclopedia entries, and scholarly articles, which have appeared in journals such as Wesleyan Theological Journal, Pneuma, Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association, and Journal of the Lutheran Historical Conference. His research focuses on twentieth-century religious history, particularly the pentecostal-charismatic tradition and its influence on broader American religious thought on miracles, healing, and the demonic. In the areas of teaching and learning, Dr. Richmann has special interests in academic authority in the classroom, teaching as vocation, and how theories of human development influence teaching. In addition to his duties as Assistant Director of the ATL, Dr. Richmann teaches courses in history of Christianity and Christian scriptures in the Religion Department and courses in world cultures in the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core. Outside of academia, Dr. Richmann serves as lay minister for St. John Lutheran Church in Gatesville, Texas.
Dr. Richmann’s mission and delight is to foster the professional development of Baylor’s instructors. Feel free to contact him with your thoughts or questions.