Dr. Fuller earned his Ph.D. at Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, Calif., where he concentrated on blending biblical studies with film studies. His B.A. is in Mass Media Communications from UCLA and his M.A. is in Biblical Studies from the Graduation Theological Union.
From 1995 until his hiring at Carroll, Dr. Fuller taught at Saint Mary's College of California near San Francisco. He also served as a campus minister at Saint Mary's College of California from 1994 until his hiring at Carroll.
Courses taught at Carroll: Theological Foundations, Introduction to the Old Testament, Introduction to the New Testament, Wealth and Poverty in the Bible, The Letters and Theology of Paul, Theology and Film, American Cinema and the Catholic Imagination, Comparative Religion, Judeo-Christian Medieval Thought (as part of the Honors Scholars Program)
He holds M.A. degrees in philosophy from St. Louis University and the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. He also holds an M.A./S.T.L. and Ph.D./S.T.D. from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. His special interests include: systematic/fundamental theology, continental philosophy, philosophical and theological ethics, philosophy of religion, hermeneutics.
Courses taught at Carroll: Theological Foundations, History of Christian Thought, Perspectives in Philosophy, Ethics, The God Question, Church and Worship
Courses taught elsewhere: Ethics, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Human Nature, God and Philsophy (TH)-Sacraments, Catholic Beliefs, Moral Theology
Assistant Professor, obtained her Ph.D. from the Université Catholique de Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium and her Laurea degree from the Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy. She was the recipient of an Erasmus scholarship to the Husserl Archives at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, and of a Fulbright sholarship to Boston College and to the Library of Congress, Washington D.C. Her special interests include the philosophy of Hannah Arendt, Phenomenology, Continental Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy, Feminist/Gender Theory and Ethics. Away from the classroom, she loves spending time with her family, friends, and travelling to Europe, especially to Italy. Courses taught: Perspectives in Philosophy, Ethics, Social & Political Philosophy, Continental Philosophy, Philosophy and Gender, Ethical Theory, Philosophy Seminar: Phenomenology and Existentialism.
Assistant Professor of History, earned her Ph.D at the University of Nevada, Reno, and completed fields in Renaissance History, Gender History, and Comparative European Family History. For her dissertation, Dr. Fregulia conducted archival research in Milan, Italy. Her varied research interests include the mercantile activities of women in late Renaissance and early modern Italy, Renaissance Italian social history, and women and gender in European history. In addition, Dr. Fregulia holds a Masters Degree in Middle Eastern Area Studies from the University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies, and continues to pursue scholarly interests in this area as well.
Fields taught: Ancient Greece and Rome, Renaissance History, Medieval History, History of Ireland, European Gender History, Church History, and History of the Modern Middle East
Originally from Missoula, Montana, Dr. Glaes is an Assistant Professor of History. She earned her Ph.D from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she completed fields in modern French history, modern German history, European social and cultural history, and modern African history. She conducted fieldwork in France and wrote a dissertation entitled, "The Mirage of Fortune: West African Immigration to Paris and the Development of a Post-Colonial Immigrant Community, 1960-1981." Her research interests include migration, ethnicity, race, and identity in colonial and post-colonial France, the social history of medicine and public health, surveillance, and the history of immigrant associations and organization.
Fields Taught: Modern European History, Modern African History, and Latin American History
I have worked in international education since 1988. I was an ESL teacher and school director 1988-1998, and the director of international programs at Idaho State University from 1998-2006. Now I'm here at Carroll! I've worked with students from over 50 countries, and travelled to over 30 countries. I was born and raised in Colorado, but have lived in California, Arizona, Washington, DC, Florida and studied abroad in France during college.