Alumni

Alphabetical by last name.

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Corinne Kalota
  • BA, Liberal Studies and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Delaware, 2011.
  • MA, Religious Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 2014.
  • Areas of Study at UCSB: Islamic Studies, Women’s Studies, Feminist Theory, Contemporary Iran, Sexuality and Religion.
Noora Kamel
  • BA, Japanese, UC Los Angeles, 2011.
  • Areas of Study at UCSB: Islam in America; Religion, Culture, and Identity Formation; Religion and Youth Culture/Movements (with focus on American Muslim youth).
Dennis Kelley
  • BA, Anthropology, California State University, Fresno, 1996.
  • MA, Religious Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 2001.
  • PhD, Religious Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 2007.
  • Areas of Study at USCB: Religion and Identity, Religion and the Subaltern Experience, American Indian Religious Traditions, Sociology of American Religious History, Myth and Symbol Theory.
  • Title of Master’s Thesis: “The World is a Canoe: Tradition, Identity, and Symbolism in the Reprise of Chumash Religious Orientation.”
  • Title of Doctoral Dissertation: “Religion in Contemporary Native North America: Traditional Practices, Modern Identities.”
Jeffrey T. Kenney
  • BA, Philosophy, UC Santa Barbara, 1982.
  • MA, Religious Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 1987.
  • PhD, Religious Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 1991.
  • Areas of Study at UCSB: Islam, Sociology of Religion, History of Religion.
  • Title of Master’s Thesis: “The Emergence of the Khawarjj: Religion and the Social Order in Early Islam.”
  • Title of Doctoral Dissertation: “Heterodoxy and Culture: The Legacy of the Khawarij in Islamic History.”
  • Current Employment: University Professor and Professor of Religious Studies, Department of Religious Studies, DePauw University.
Scott M. Kenworthy
  • BA, Religious Studies and English, UC Santa Barbara, 1990.
  • MA, Religious Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 1992.
  • MA, Theology, St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, 1996.
  • PhD, History, Brandeis University, 2002.
  • Areas of Study at UCSB: History of Religion, Early Christianity.
  • Title of Master’s Thesis: “Justin Martyr’s Use of the Pauline Epistles.”
  • Title of Doctoral Dissertation: “The Revival of Monasticism in Modern Russia: The Trinity-Sergius Lavra, 1825-1921.”
  • Current Employment: Associate Professor, Department of Comparative Religion, Miami University (Ohio).
Mimi Khuc
  • BA, Sociology, Minor in Religious Studies, University of Maryland College Park, 2003.
  • MA, Religious Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 2006.
  • PhD, Religious Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 2013.
  • Areas of Study at UCSB: Asian American Religion and Culture, Race, Buddhism in the U.S., New Age, Women of Color Feminisms, Vietnamese American Studies.
  • Title of Master’s Thesis: “A Contentious Religious Recipe: Two Buddhisms, a New Age, Scholars, Vietnamese, and Race in America.”
  • Current Employment: Adjunct Faculty, Asian American Studies, University of Maryland College Park.