Christopher Richmann

Dr. Christopher Richmann

Dr. Christopher Richmann

Assistant Director for Teaching & Learning
Moody Library 201-C
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Christopher Richmann, Ph.D., is Assistant Director for Teaching and Learning for the Academy for Teaching and Learning and affiliate faculty in the Department of Religion. His research focuses on the pentecostal-charismatic tradition and Lutheran popular theology. Dr. Richmann is the author of Living in Bible Times: F.F. Bosworth and the Pentecostal Pursuit of the Supernatural (Pickwick) and Called: Recovering Lutheran Principles for Ministry and Vocation (Fortress), and his articles have appeared in Wesleyan Theological Journal, Pneuma, Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association, Journal of the Lutheran Historical Conference, Word & World, and Lutheran Quarterly.

In the areas of teaching and learning, Dr. Richmann has special interests in academic authority, teaching as vocation, and how theories of human development influence teaching. He hosts the podcast "Professors talk Pedagogy" and has published research in International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Teaching in Higher Education, The Scholarly Teacher, and The Wabash Center Journal on Teaching, and along with Lenore Wright, Dr. Richmann edited Called to Teach: Excellence, Commitment, and Community in Christian Higher Education (Pickwick).

In addition to his duties for the ATL, Dr. Richmann teaches courses in history of Christianity in the Religion Department, world cultures in the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core, and a teaching and learning in higher education graduate seminar in the School of Education.

Outside of academia, Dr. Richmann is an ordained minister, serving St. John Lutheran Church in Gatesville, Texas.

See Dr. Richmann's CV here.