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Baylor University has a wealth of resources among its faculty across many disciplines. Featured below are Affiliated Faculty members from other departments and schools who have served as outside readers on our dissertations. We invite you to click on the names of these Affiliated Faculty to learn more about their area of expertise.
Dr. Andrew Arterbury - Truett Seminary; Area of Research: Focus on the New Testament books of Luke, Acts, and John.
Dr. Kimlyn Bender - Truett Seminary; Area of Research: 19th and 20th century theology with a particular specialty in the theology of Karl Barth, though his publications extend to include work in ethics and philosophy in addition to historical and systematic theology.
Dr. Meghan DiLuzio - Classics Department; Area of Research: Roman history, religion, and women in antiquity.
Dr. Jeffrey Fish - Classics Department; Area of Research: Papyrology; Ancient Homeric scholarship; Ancient literary criticism; and Epicureanism.
Dr. David Garland - Truett Seminary; Area of Research: New Testament Studies and New Testament Gospels.
Dr. Heidi J. Hornik - Art Department; Area of Research: Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art History.
Dr. David Lyle Jeffrey - Great Texts Program; Area of Research: Chaucer, Medieval Literature, and the Bible as Literature.
Dr. Kenneth Jones - Classics & History Departments; Area of Research: Ancient History; Roman Near East; and ancient perceptions of the Roman Empire.
Dr. Anne-Marie Schultz - Philosophy Department; Area of Research: Greek Philosophy; Interdisciplinary Humanities; Pedagogy; and Augustine.
Dr. Alden Smith - Classics Department; Area of Research: Virgil and Ovid; Hellenistic and Roman art; and cultural presence of Rome from the Renaissance to the present.
Dr. Todd Still - Truett Seminary; Area of Research: New Testament Studies and Paul.
Dr. Jason Whitlark - Honors College; Area of Research: Letter to the Hebrews; Imperial Rome; Ancient Rhetoric; and New Testament Soteriology and Christology.