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Heather Curtis, Ph. D., is an associate professor of religion in the School of Arts and Sciences at Tufts University.Her research and teaching interests include the history of religion and humanitarianism, evangelical missions and popular religious media, movements of religious healing and reform, global Christianity, gender and women’s studies in religion, the religious history of American politics, and the study of spirituality and devotional practice.

Dr. Curtis can speak about:

  • American religious history
  • Evangelical, Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity
  • Gender and women’s studies in religion
  • Global Christianity
  • Religion and the history of humanitarianism
  • Religion and politics in American history
  • Religion and reform movements
  • Religion, health and healing