Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion
B.A. in Humanities and Spanish, Walla Walla College, 1993
M.A. in Religion, Claremont University, 1998
Ph.D. in Religion, Claremont University, 2002
Michael Zbaraschuk teaches courses in Christian theology. He is currently interested in Christian identity in the contemporary European and North American scene, Christianity in Latin America, Religious pluralism, and the 19th-century roots of 20th and 21st century religious issues. His research interests are currently focused on the expression of religious ideas in 20th-century literature, the use of religious language in politics in North American contexts, and how religious ideas translate into policies of ecological conservation in Costa Rica.