William Scott Green, Ph.D.
PROFESSOR & SENIOR VICE PROVOST AND DEAN OF UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
William S. Green is a historian of religion with interests in ancient Judaism, biblical studies, and the theory of religion. He edited the Journal of the American Academy of Religion for a decade andalso is Associate Editor of the HarperCollins Dictionary of Religion (HarperSanFrancisco, 1995), Editor of The Dictionary of Judaism in the Biblical Period (MacMillan, 1996), and Co-Editor of The Encyclopedia of Judaism (E.J. Brill, 2005). He has written widely on ancient Judaism, the study of religion, and higher education, and he has served as educational director for archeological excavations at multiple sites in Israel and Italy.
Course Offerings in Spring 2017:
REL 103 - One God: Judaism, Christianity, Islam
REL 403 - Supervised Reading in Religious Issues or Problems
REL 406 - Special Topics in Religious Issues or Problems