Ph.D., Religious Studies

The University of Iowa, 2021

Title: Secular Embodiments: Body Management, Protestant Culture, and American Secularism in the Twenty-First Century

Directors: Kristy Nabhan-Warren and Jenna Supp-Montgomerie

Committee Members: Natalie Fixmer-Oraiz, Naomi Greyser, and Raymond Mentzer

M.A., Religious Studies

The University of Iowa, 2018

Comprehensive Exam Areas: American Religions; Critical Theory and Religion; and Religion, Food, and the Body

The Graduate Certificate in Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies

The University of Iowa, 2017

The Graduate Certificate in College Teaching

The University of Iowa, 2017

M.A., International Studies: Middle East Studies

The University of Washington, 2011

Thesis: Fashioning Identities: New Relationships with Fashion and Modesty in Turkey

B.A., Major in Sociology of Religion

Minnesota State University Moorhead, 2009

Thesis: Unveiling New Orientalism: An Exploration in Images

B.M., Major in Instrumental Music; Minor in Religion

Concordia College, 2008

Thesis: The Body’s Iron Cage and Its Relationship to the Protestant Ethic