June-Ann Greeley, Ph.D.
Associate Professor /Dir of MARS program
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 many 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
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