Timothy Dulle
Tim Dulle is a doctoral candidate in the Theology Department at Fordham University, studying the History of Christianity. His work focuses on the cultural history of Roman Catholics in the United States since World War II. His dissertation will consider how the life, teaching, and work of pop-artist nun Corita Kent (active 1951-1986) intersect with and illuminate narratives about the experience of Roman Catholics in U.S. culture. His areas of interest include U.S. religious history, the sociology of religion, Catholic Social Teaching, and more specifically, individuals such as Corita, Dorothy Day, John Muir, Andrew Greeley, and Flannery O’Connor.

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