Elizabeth A. Clark
  • Elizabeth A. Clark

  • John Carlisle Kilgo Professor Emeritus of Religion
  • Religious Studies
  • 118 Gray Bldg, Durham, NC 27708
  • Campus Box 90964
  • Phone: (919) 660-3505
  • Fax: (919) 660-3530
  • Specialties

    • Christianity
  • Research Summary

    History and Patristics
  • Current Projects

    Patristics in 19th Century America
  • Areas of Interest

    Early Christianity
  • Education

      • Ph.D.,
      • Columbia University,
      • 1965
  • Awards, Honors and Distinctions

      • Dean;s Award for Excellence in Mentoring,
      • Duke University Graduate School,
      • 0 2010
      • Senior Fellow-American Academy at Rome,
      • American Academy at Rome,
      • April-May 2008
      • Distinguished Service Award,
      • North American Patristics Society,
      • 2006
      • Issue of JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN STUDIES, dedicated to me,
      • December 2003
      • The Cultural Turn in Late Ancient Studies; book dedicated to me,
      • Duke Un Press, forthcoming 2004,
      • December 2003
      • Distinguished Achievement Award, American Society of Church History,
      • 2003
      • Distinguished career award,
      • American society of Church history,
      • 2003
      • Fellow,
      • National Humanities Center,
      • 0 2001
      • Honorary doctorate,
      • University of Uppsala,
      • 2000-2001
      • Fellow,
      • American Academy of Arts and Sciences,
      • 1997-
      • Fellowships for University Teachers,
      • National Endowment for the Humanities,
      • 0 1995
      • Fellow,
      • National Humanities Center,
      • 0 1988
      • Fellowship,
      • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation,
      • 0 1988
  • Recent Publications

      • E. Clark.
      • ""Happiness in Hell, Virtue in the Middle State: the Church Fathers and Some Nineteenth-Century debates." .."
      • Studia Patristica.
      • 48
      • Leuven:
      • Peeters Press,
      • 2010.
      • EA Clark.
      • "FORUM: Postcolonial Theory and the Study of Christian History Introduction."
      • CHURCH HISTORY
      • 78
      • .4
      • (December, 2009)
      • :
      • 847-848.
      • [web]
      • E. Clark.
      • "AUGUSTINE, THE SONS OF NOAH AND RACE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY NORTH AMERICA."
      • AUGUSTINE IN AMERICA.
      • Ed. KARLA POLLMAN, MARK VESSEY.
      • CATHOLIC UN PRESS,
      • Accepted, 2010.
      • E. Clark.
      • "THE SCHLEIERMACHER OF ANTIQUITY :CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRA, ORIGEN, AND ATHANASIUS IN THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY PROTESTANT IMAGINARY."
      • ALEXANDRIAN PRESONAE.
      • Ed. ZLATKO PLESE.
      • TUEBINGEN:
      • MOHR SIEBECK,
      • Accepted, 2011.
      • E. Clark.
      • "FROM EAST TO WEST: ASCETICISM AND NINETEENTH CENTURY PROTESTANT PROFESSORS IN AMERICA."
      • FESTSCHRIFT FOR PHILIP ROUSSEAU.
      • Ed. RD YOUNG, B LEYERLE.
      • UN NOTRE DAME PRESS,
      • Accepted, 2010-2011.
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  • PhD Students

    • Maria Doerfler
      • 2011 or 2012
    • Maria Doerfler
      • 2011 or 2012
    • ARIEL BYBEE LAUGHTON
      • 2003 ON
      • Thesis: ON AMBROSE AND DISCOURSE OF VIRGINITY N 4TH C. MILAN
    • Kyle Smith
      • Status: Graduated
    • Christine Luckritz, Marquis
    • Kristi Upson-Saia
      • 2007 - present
      • Status: Graduated
    • since 1999, 18committees at Duke and 9 at UNC
  • Hymn
  • Beth Alpha, Synagogue Mosaic, Ark
  • Roman Mosaic, Galilee
  • Kuden
  • Israel western wall
  • prayer tablet meiji shrine tokyo
  • a 139ac
  • Brazil
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