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James Wellman, Ph.D

Is the Chair of the Comparative Religion Program at the Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington, where he also heads the Initiative for Global Christian Studies.  Jim’s areas of expertise are in American religious culture, history, and politics. He also works on and teaches in religion and global issues, particularly related to religious violence, human security and US foreign policy.  Jim holds a Masters of Divinity degree in Practical Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary and a PhD in Religion and Human Sciences from the University of Chicago.

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