Professor Daniel Schowalter is interested in archaeology and the religions of the ancient Roman world. He is co-director of the excavation of a three-phase Roman Temple at Omrit in northern Israel, and leads Carthage students at the excavation site every summer. He serves on the editorial board for the Oxford Biblical Studies Online, and on the steering committee for the Archaeology of Religion in the Roman World Section of the Society of Biblical Literature. He is co-editor of Corinth in Context: Comparative Studies on Religion and Society, recently released by Brill and the Society of Biblical Literature, and of The Roman Temple Complex at Horvat Omrit: An Interim Report, forthcoming from British Archaeological Reports.
Prof. Schowalter's course offerings include Classical Archaeology, Roman Religion, Greek Religion, Understandings of Religion, Letters of the New Testament, Gospels, and Women and the New Testament. He also leads J-Term tours to Greece, Turkey and Italy. He earned a Th.D. and M.Div. from Harvard Divinity School, and a B.A. from St. Olaf College. He joined the Carthage faculty in 1989.
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