June-Ann Greeley, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Religious Studies
Dr. Greeley is trained in Classical languages and literature and Medieval Studies, specifically late antique and medieval theology and religious and intellectual history. As a scholar, she translates and interprets late antique and medieval Latin theological works and explores medieval theology, specifically the writings of medieval women, medieval mystics, and Islam. June-Ann is a born-and-bred Bostonian with a passionate love for all things New England and Boston, notably the Boston Red Sox, summers in Maine and off-season on Cape Cod. She is the member of several environmental and animal rights' groups, an avid bird-watcher and gardener, and guardian to three felines who co-occupy her family's domicile.
Dr. Greeley directs or advises several programs on campus:
- Director of the Middle Eastern Studies Program, which oversees the minor in Middle Eastern Studies
- Advisor to the campus chapter of Delta Epsilon Sigma (DES), the national honor society for students at Catholic universities
- Director of the Graduate program in Religious Studies (MARS)
Degrees and Certifications
- BA from Connecticut College
- MA from University of Connecticut
- MA and Ph.D. from Fordham University
- Introduction to Religious Studies
- Mysticism and Abrahamic mystical traditions
- Women's studies and theology
- Historical theology
- Ancient religions
- Islamic studies
Publications and Presentations
- Greeley, June-Ann. “Dreadful Sorry: Spots of Passion and the Memory of Being Human in Kaufman’s “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” and Pope’s “Eloisa to Abelard” (Journal of South Texas English Studies, 2010).
- Greeley, June-Ann. “Greater than the Creation of Mankind (Qur'an 40:57): Creation as the Divine Signature in Qur'anic and Sufi Revelation in Green Discipleship,” Catholic Theological Ethics and the Environment, ed. by Tobias Winright (Anselm Academic).