Professor of Religious Studies
Northern Arizona University
Ph.D., Indiana University M.T.S., Harvard Divinity School B.A., University of Illinois
Jason BeDuhn is Professor of the Comparative Study of Religions at Northern Arizona University, a Guggenheim and National Humanities Center Fellow, and the author of numerous articles and books including The Manichaean Body (2000, winner of the American Academy of Religion Best First Book Award), Truth in Translation (2003), Augustine’s Manichaean Dilemma (vol. 1 2010, vol. 2 2013), andhttps://www.westarinstitute.org/store/the-first-new-testament/https://www.westarinstitute.org/store/the-first-new-testament/ (2013).
• Robert F. and Margaret S. Goheen Fellowship, National Humanities Center, 2010• National Endowment for the Humanities Collaborative Research Grant, 2009 – 12• Northern Arizona Intramural Grant, 2008 – 9• John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 2004 – 5• Best First Book Award (History of Religions), American Academy of Religion, 2001• Northern Arizona University Organized Research Grant, 2000• Northern Arizona University Organized Research Grant, 1999• American Academy of Religions Research Grant, 1996
• Professor, Dept. of Comparative Cultural Studies, Northern Arizona University, 2009 –• Associate Professor, Dept. of Humanities, Arts, and Religion, Northern Arizona University, 2001 – 9• Chairperson, Dept. of Humanities, Arts, and Religion, Northern Arizona University, 1998 – 2001• Visiting Assistant Professor, Dept. of History, Indiana University, 1998• Associate Instructor, Dept. of Philosophy & Religion, University of Indianapolis, 1997 – 98• Visiting Assistant Professor, Dept. of Religious Studies & Dept. of History, Indiana University• Visiting Assistant Professor, Dept. of Religious Studies, Western Maryland College, 1996