Assistant Professor of Religion, Springfield College

Katherine Dugan joined the humanities faculty in 2016. She studies American religions with a specialization in contemporary Catholicism in the United States. At Springfield College, Dugan teaches courses on world religions, religion in the United States, Catholicism, women and religion, and introductions to Christianity. Her research interests are in religious experience, women in religion, and the intersection of religious practice and American culture. Her current project "Catholicism Remixed: Catholic Prayer and the Making of Millennial Catholic Subjectivity," is an ethnographic study of young adults who commit two years evangelizing on college campuses in the United States

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor of Religion, Springfield College