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Psy.D. Ph.D. Th.D. James W. JONES Professor, Department of Religion, Rutgers University; Senior Research Fellow, Center on Terrorism, Jolm Jay College, New York

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1968-1969 Instructor, Department of Religious Studies, Brown University, Providence
1970-1971 Instructor, Department of Religion, Macalester College, St. Paul
1971-1975 Assistant Professor, Department of Religion, Rutgers University
1975-1990 Associate Professor, Department of Religion, Rutgers University
since 1985 Associate member, Graduate Department of Clinical Psychology, Rutgers University
since 1990 Professor, Department of Religion, Rutgers University
since 1999 Lecturer in Psychiatry and Religion, Union Theological Seminary, New York
since 1999 Adjunct Professor of Medical Humanities, Drew University, Madison
2000-2001 Visiting Professor of Psychology and Religion, Drew University, Madison
since 2001 Visiting Professor, University of Uppsala
since 2008 Appointed Senior Research Fellow, Center on Terrorism, John Jay College

Mitgliedschaften

Fellow, American Psychological Association
Member, American Academy of Religion
Member and Vice-President, International Aasociation for Psychology of Religion

Publikationen

Terror and Transformation: The Ambiguity of Religion in Psychoanalytic Perspective, London - New York, Routledge Press, 2002
Waking From Newton s Sleep: Dialogues On Spirituality in an Age of Science. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2006
The Blood that Cries out from the Earth: The Psychological Roots of Religious Terrorism, New York, Oxford University Press, 2008
10 additional books and 25 article sand chapters

Auszeichnungen

William J. Bier award, presented by Division 36 of the American Psychological Association for outstanding contributions to the Psychology of Religion, 1993
Templeton Foundation Prize and Award for teaching in the area of science and religion, 1997
Nominated for the 2003 Oskar Pfister Award given by the American Psychiatric Association, 2001