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Kate Bowler

Assistant Professor of the History of Christianity in the United States, Duke Divinity
BA (Macalester College), MAR (Yale Divinity School), PhD (Duke University)


Kate Bowler is assistant professor of the history of Christianity in the United States at Duke Divinity. She teaches courses in American Christianity and world Christianity with an emphasis on historical and ethnographic methods. Her research interests include contemporary evangelicalism, Pentecostalism, megachurches, and religion and ethnicity.

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  • HIST 515 - God, Money, and the Rise of the Prosperity Gospel

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Kate Bowler is assistant professor of the history of Christianity in the United States at Duke Divinity. She teaches courses in American Christianity and world Christianity with an emphasis on historical and ethnographic methods. Her research interests include contemporary evangelicalism, Pentecostalism, megachurches, and religion and ethnicity.