Associate Professor of Religion, Concordia University
Carly Daniel-Hughes received her doctorate from Harvard Divinity School in 2007 in the area of New Testament and Christian Origins, and is currently an Associate Professor of Religion at Concordia University (Montréal). She is the author of The Salvation of the Flesh in Tertullian of Carthage: Dressing for the Resurrection (Palgrave Macmillan 2011) and co-editor of Dressing Judeans and Christians in Antiquity (Ashgate 2014). Her research examines constructions of gender and sexuality in Roman antiquity, with an interest in their relevance for Christian sexual ethics today. In addition she has addressed how embodied social practices (including dress, food and funerary practices) informed early Christian theological worldviews. Presently she is writing on grief, mourning, and responses to violence in the Roman Empire.
Books and Selected Chapters
- Dressing Judeans and Christians in Antiquity. Surrey, UK: Ashgate Press, 2014 (An edited volume with Kristi Upson-Saia and Alicia Batten).
- The Salvation of the Flesh in Tertullian of Carthage: Dressing for the Resurrection. New York and London: Palgrave/Macmillan Press, 2011.
- “Same-Sex Desire in Early Modern Christianity,” in Queer Religion Volume One: Homosexuality in Modern Religious History, pages 91-127 in Donald Boisvert and Jay Emerson Johnson, eds. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 2012.
- Harvard Divinity School, 2007
Th.D. in New Testament and Christian Origins
- Harvard Divinity School, 2001
- Florida State University, 2000
M.A. in Religious Studies
- Florida State University, 1996
B.A. Dual Major in International Affairs and the Study of Religion
- Concordia University 2012-Present
Associate Professor, Department of Religion
- Concordia University
Assistant Professor, Department of Religion 2007-2012
- Harvard Divinity School 2006-2007
Praeceptor on Coptic