Dunkle, The Very Rev. Kurt H.
Dean and President
Before coming to General, the Rev. Kurt H. Dunkle served as Rector of Grace Episcopal Church in Orange Park, Florida, a parish which experienced significant growth under his leadership. Prior to his ministry at Grace, in his first call after ordination, Dunkle served as Canon to the Ordinary in the Episcopal Diocese of Florida, with responsibilities for staff administration, deployment, and representing the Rt. Rev. Samuel Johnson Howard in all aspects of diocesan life, particularly managing clergy and congregational conflict.
DeLashmutt, Dr. Michael
VP and Dean of Academic Affairs
B.A. Literature, Northwest University
M.A. Theology, Fuller Theological Seminiary
Ph.D. University of Glasglow
DeLashmutt has earned a B.A. in Biblical Literature and Theology from Northwest University, an M.A. in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. from the University of Glasgow, for which his thesis was entitled, “Theological Confession in a Technological Age: Sketches Towards a Theology of Technology.” He also holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice from the University of Exeter and is a Fellow in the Higher Education Academy, also in the United Kingdom.
Battle, The Rev. Michael Battle
Herbert Thompson Professor of Church and Society and Director of the Desmond Tutu Center
M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary
S.T.M, Yale University
Ph.D., Duke University
Recently appointed as Herbert Thompson Professor of Church and Society and Director of the Desmond Tutu Center at General Theological Seminary in New York, the Very Rev. Michael Battle, Ph.D. has an undergraduate degree from Duke University, received his master’s of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, a masters of Sacred Theology from Yale University and a PhD in theology and ethics, also from Duke University. He was ordained a priest by Archbishop Desmond Tutu in 1993.
Brewer The Rev. Todd W.
Assistant Professor of New Testament
M. Div., Trinity Epsicopal School for Ministry
M.A., Biblical Studies, Durham University
Ph.D., New Testament, Durham University
Professor Todd Brewer joined the faculty of General Seminary in the fall of 2015 as Associate Professor of New Testament. Brewer previously served as an adjunct faculty member at General as well as a Lecturer at the Lindisfarne Regional Training Partnership in North Shields, England.
DeChamplain, The Rev. Dr. Mitties McDonald
Trinity Church Professor of Preaching
B.S., Northwestern University
M.A., Northwestern University
Ph.D., University of Southern California
The Rev. Dr. Mitties McDonald DeChamplain is Trinity Church Professor of Preaching at The General Theological Seminary in New York City.
McPherson, The Rev. Clair
Professor of Ascetical Theology
A.B. Washington University
M.A. University of Missouri
M.Div. General Theological Seminary
Ph.D. Wasington University
Moroney, The Rev. Kevin
Associate Professor of Liturgics
B.A., The University of Valley Forge M. Div., The General Theological Seminary M.L.S., Rutgers University Ph.D. In Liturgy, Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy
After graduating from GTS in 1992, Dr. Moroney served as a priest in the Diocese of New Jersey and a school Chaplain in St. James, Maryland, before moving to Dublin, Ireland in 2000 to pursue a doctorate in liturgy while serving as Chaplain and Lecturer in Liturgy at the Church of Ireland Theological College.
Mullin, Dr. Robert Bruce
Society for the Promotion of Religion and Learning Professor of History and World Mission and Professor of Modern Anglican Studies
A.B., College of William and Mary
M.A.R., Yale Divinity School
M.A., Yale University
Ph.D., Yale University
Professor Mullin's wide-ranging scholarly interests are reflected in his seven books, including Episcopal Vision/American Reality:
Wachner, The Rev. Emily
Lecturer in Pastoral Theology
Director of Integrative Programs
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Feld, Alina N.
Affliated Professor of Systematic Theology
B.A., State University of Bucharest
M.A., SUNY at Stony Brook
Ph.D.,. Philosophy of Religion, Boston University
Alina N. Feld has been a Visiting Professor at Boston University, Willamette University, LIU Global-India Center, and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Hofstra University, C.W. Post, Nassau Community College, CUNY-York College, Dowling College, St. John's University, and The General Theological Seminary.
Scott-Hamblen, The Rev. Shane
Church Music and Organist
M.A. Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas ("Angelicum")
S.T.B., M.A., S.T.L., University of St. Thomas Aquinas, ("Angelicum"), Rome
Th.D., The General Theological Seminary
Shane Scott-Hamblen was a member of the English Benedictine order of monks from 1986-1996, where he served as the assistant choirmaster and organist as well as the Director of the Abbey Boys’ Choir. Shane taught Music, Religion, and calligraphy at St Louis Priory School, and was Head of the Music department. He studied Gregorian chant at the Solemnes monastery of St Benoit du Lac, Canada, and St Meinrad Archabbey. In Europe, he studied organ performance in Vienna, Austria, under Wolfgang Capek, directed by Peter Planyavsky.
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Campo, The Rev. Joseph (Joe) J.
Since having been received into the Episcopal Church in 2000 and his Orders as a priest received in 2003, Fr. Campo has spent the past decade as both a parish priest and a teacher of the course on Church Polity at General Theological Seminary.
Hernández, The Rev. Miguel A.
The Rev. Miguel A. Hernández is the Priest-in-Charge, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, West Orange, New Jersey. A Member of the Commission of Latino/Hispanic Ministry and the Liturgy and Music Commission at The Episcopal Diocese of Newark. He is a Member of the Board of Trustees and an Instructor of Theological Studies at The Newark School of Theology. He also serves as Adjunct Professor at The General Theological Seminary teaching Liturgical Spanish
Robertson, The Rev. Canon Charles
Distinguished Visiting Professor
Canon to the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church
B.A., Virginia Tech (VPI&SU)
M.Div., Virginia Theological Seminary
Ph.D., Durham University
The Rev. Canon C. K. Robertson, Ph.D.is Canon to the Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church and former Canon to the Ordinary for the Diocese of Arizona.
Adjunct Professor, Center for Christian Spirituality
B.A., Smith College
M.T.S., Boston University (Ethics)
Ph.D., Boston College/Weston Jesuit Seminary (Christian Social Ethics)
Graduate, SSJ Center for Spiritual Development (Christian Spiritual Direction)
Graduate, One Spirit Interfaith Seminary (Interfaith Ministry)
Graduate, One Spirit Interfaith Seminary (Spiritual Counseling)
Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones serves as associate director of Faith Formation and Education at Trinity Wall Street and as chaplain to Trinity Preschool. She is a member of the Lifelong Formation Council of the Episcopal Church. Kathy is a spiritual director, retreat leader, ordained interfaith minister, and dean at One Spirit Interfaith Seminary.
Crafton, Barbara Cawthorne
Adjunct Professor for the Center for Christian Spirituality.and Spiritual Director
Barbara Cawthorne Crafton is an Episcopal priest, spiritual director, author, and adjunct professor for the Center for Christian Spirituality.
Hoke, The Rev. Stuart
B.A., Southern Methodist University
M.Div., Episcopal Theological Seminary Th.D., General Theological Seminary
Jordan, James B.
Adjunct Professor of Hebrew
B.A. Architecture, Washington University
M.A. Architecture, Columbia University
M.A. Theology, The General Theological Seminary
Th.M., Harvard DIvinity School
Ph.D. candidate, Fordham University
In addition to his duties as adjunct professor of Hebrew, Ian Kinman is also a PhD candidate at the Fordham University Department of Theology. There he teaches theology to undergraduates and is working on his dissertation on eunuchs in the Old and New Testaments, and in Second Temple literature, focusing on how they are narratively presented, and how they intersect with views of gender and sexuality during those times.
Matthews, Dr. Westina
Adjunct Prof,, Center for Christian Spirituality
B.S. Education, University of Dayton
M.S. Education, University of Dayton
Ph.D. Education, University of Chicago
Graduate, Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation
Westina Matthews has offered spiritual direction on the Close and has been an adjunct professor for the Center for Christian Spirituality for the past six years. A contemplative spiritual director and retreat leader whose practice reflects contemplative living through “holy listening”, Westina is a graduate of the spiritual guidance program at Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation and has completed postdoctoral fellowships at Northwestern University, the University of Wisconsin Madison, and the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University.
Silver, Dr. Anne W.
Adjunct Professor of Ascetial Theology and Consultant to the Center for Christian Spirituality.
B.A., William Smith College
M.A. New York University
M.A. General Theological Seminary (spiritual direction)
Ph.D., Fordham University (counseling)
Anne offers spiritual direction at Grace Church Brooklyn Heights, where she has also served as a Stephen Ministry leader, and Church of the Nativity in Brooklyn. Before coming to teach at General, she worked for thirty-two years on the counseling faculty at Kingsborough Community College (CUNY).
Spellers, The Rev. Canon Stephanie
Church & Society, and Director of Mission and Reconciliation
B.A,. Wake Forest University
M.A., Theological Studies, Harvard Divinity School M,Div., Episcopal Divinity School
The Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers is one of the Episcopal Church's leading thinkers and consultants around 21st century ministry and mission.
The author of The Episcopal Way (the first volume in the new Church's Teachings for a Changing World series) and Radical Welcome: Embracing God, The Other and the Spirit of Transformation, she teaches and directs programs in mission, reconciliation and formation at General Theological Seminary in New York City. She also serves as a Senior Consultant for the Center for Progressive Renewal, an ecumenical consulting and training group that works nationwide.