Dr. Robert Bruce Mullin
Office: Seabury Hall, Fourth Floor
Professor Mullin is a scholar whose areas of specialty include American religious history, the history of Anglicanism and the Episcopal Church, denominationalism, miracles, and the history of American theology. He is the author of seven books and numerous articles. He is presently engaged in a study of the development of the church as an organization from the Civil War to the present. Much of this research is employed by the Chancellor’s Office of the Episcopal Church (for whom he is a consultant) in various church property disputes across the nation.
He is a member of the United Methodist/Episcopal Ecumenical Dialogue, and attends St. Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue, in New York City.