Jeremy Sabella

Lecturer

Jeremy Sabella studies religion and politics in the post-World War II era. His first book, An American Conscience: The Reinhold Niebuhr Story, examines the life and legacy of twentieth-century ethicist, theologian, and social critic Reinhold Niebuhr. The book serves as a companion volume to An American Conscience, the award-winning documentary on Niebuhr, for which Sabella was a lead consultant. The film was featured on PBS and has been screened at universities around the country. His next book in progress, God, Country, and Communism, examines the theological underpinnings of the Cold War and explores how the apocalyptic and religious language used to frame Cold War conflict persists in contemporary U.S. and Latin American politics. He has taught at Boston College and Yale Divinity School, and currently teaches at Kalamazoo College. This Winter Term (2018) at Dartmouth, he will be teaching Rel. 11.01, "God and Money," and Rel. 74.14, "Religion and Social Struggle in the Americas.”

Curriculum Vitae
208C Thornton Hall
HB 6036
Education: 
B.A. University of Notre Dame
M.Div. Yale Diviinity School
Ph.D Boston College

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