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Shannon F. Dunn: Curriculum Vitae
M05 Dodd Hall
Department of Religion
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306


EDUCATION

PhD, Florida State University                                       (expected 2012)

Degree Program: Religion, Ethics, and Philosophy

Comprehensive Examination Areas: Christian Thought, Theory and Method in the Study of
Religion, Islamic Thought, and Western Political Theory

Dissertation: “Gender Justice in a Post-Secular Age? Domestic violence, Islamic sharia, and the
liberal legal paradigm”

M.A. (Religion), Claremont School of Theology                           (May 2006)

B.A., University of Puget Sound (Tacoma, WA), cum laude                  (May 2002)
Major: Religion
Minor: Women’s Studies


HONORS

2011-2012 Charlotte Newcombe Dissertation Completion Fellowship

2011-2012 American Association of University Women (AAUW) American Dissertation
Fellowship (declined)

2011 Mary Jo Small Fellowship, Society for Values in Higher Education

Fall 2010, Elizabeth Schussler-Fiorenza New Scholars Award (Journal for the Feminist Study of
Religion)

Spring 2007, Best Paper Award for “Veiled Contradictions: Western Feminist Philosophical
Discourse and the Foulard Debate,” Southeast Conference for the Study of Religion

Fall 2006- Spring 2011, Graduate Teaching Assistantship, Florida State University Department
of Religion

Fall 2003-Spring 2006, presidential full tuition scholarship, Claremont School of Theology
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Fall 2001-Spring 2002, Cyrus Ames Wright full tuition scholarship in religion, University of
Puget Sound

Spring 2002, E. Ann Neel Award in Women’s Studies, University of Puget Sound

Fall 2000-Spring 2001, Myrham Award for Excellence in Religious Studies, University of Puget
Sound

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Fall 2007-Summer 2011, Instructor, Florida State University

Spring 2008-Summer 2009, Assistant to the editors, Journal of Religious Ethics

Summer 2007- Indexer for John Kelsay, Arguing the Just War in Islam

Fall 2005- Spring 2006, Writing Advisor, Claremont School of Theology

Fall 2000-Spring 2002, Writing Advisor, University of Puget Sound

PAPER PUBLICATIONS

“Virtue Ethics, Social Difference, and the Challenge of an Embodied Politics,” essay accepted
and forthcoming in the Journal of Religious Ethics (2012)

 “Examining the Intersection between Scripture and Law: Women and Qur’an 4:34,” (co-
authored with Rosemary Kellison), Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion (Fall 2010)

“The Female Martyr and the Politics of Death: A Comparison of Vibia Perpetua and Wafa Idris,”
Journal of the American Academy of Religion (March 2010)

“Muslim Women.” Encyclopedia of Religion in America (2010), ed. Charles Lippy and Peter
Williams

“Progressive Muslims.” Encyclopedia of Muslim-American History (2010), ed. Edward Curtis IV

“Veiled Contradictions: Western Feminist Philosophical Discourse and the Foulard Debate,”
Southeast Conference for the Study of Religion, 2007

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Courses Taught, 2007-present:

       REL3145: “Gender and Religion,” Florida State University
       REL3505: “The Christian Tradition,” Florida State University
       REL3170: “Religious Ethics and Moral Problems,” Florida State University
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LANGUAGE COMPETENCY

Arabic (MSA): Intermediate
French: Reading Knowledge
German: Reading Knowledge
Spanish: Reading Knowledge

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

American Academy of Religion
Society of Christian Ethics
Society for Values in Higher Education


REFERENCES
John Kelsay 850.645-8828
Distinguished Research Professor and Richard L. Rubenstein Professor of Religion
M05 Dodd Hall
Department of Religion
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306
jkelsay@fsu.edu

Sumner B. Twiss
Distinguished Professor of Human Rights, Ethics, and Religion
M05 Dodd Hall
Department of Religion
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306

Aline H. Kalbian
Associate Professor of Religion
M05 Dodd Hall
Department of Religion
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306
Martin Kavka
Associate Professor of Religion
M05 Dodd Hall
Department of Religion
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306

				
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