Amy Artman

Amy Artman

Instructor
Religious Studies

Academic Interests

  • History of Christianity and history of Christian thought (all eras)
  • American religious history
  • Pentecostal and charismatic Christianity
  • Mysticism in religion
  • Survey of world religions
  • Competence in online course/distance learning class development and instruction

Top Scholarly Accomplishments

  • Developed Religion 210: Paths of World Religions as an online offering for MSU in the Spring of 2013
  • Contributor to multi-author article based upon panel for the 2013 American Academy of Religion, “Beautiful Babies, Hidden Mothers, and Plasticized Prisoners: The Display of Bodies and Theories of American Religion,” Bulletin for the Study of Religion, 2014
  • Presented Research Lecture on Kathryn Kuhlman for faculty and students of the Religious Studies Department, Missouri State University, January 2012
  • 2011 Billy Graham Center Archival Research Lecture, “Televising Testimony: Kathryn Kuhlman and Your Faith and Mine, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, September 29,2011

Previous Experience

  • Per course instructor Missouri State University, fall 2012
  • Adjunct professor, Lexington Theological Seminary

Hometown

Harrison, Arkansas

Hobbies

  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Gardening
  • Reading mysteries

Future Goals and Aspirations

  • Publication of book-in-progress entitled, “The Miracle Lady: Kathryn Kuhlman and the Gentrification of Charismatic Christianity in Twentieth Century America;” further work on the connections between Pentecostlism/Charismatic Christianity and mysticism
  • Further development as a skilled instructor in the classroom and online

Life Outside the University

My husband David and I live in the beautiful Ozark mountains with our dog Blue.

 

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