Elizabeth Singleton is the Graduate Writing Instructor at Wartburg Theological Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa. She is a PhD Candidate in Religion, Ethics and Society at Claremont School of Theology and a graduate of Luther Seminary (MA, 2012), and Augustana University (BA, 2010). Prior to her position at Wartburg, she taught at the University of Northern Iowa, Minnesota State Community and Technical College, and Augustana University. Her teaching and research focus on the intersections of religion, science, and identity in the formation and embodiment of ethics.
IN 003W Graduate Writing
Clayton, Philip & Singleton, Elizabeth. “Agents Matter and Matter Agents: Interpretation and Value from Cells to Gaia,” in Entangled Worlds: Science, Religion, and New Materialisms. Ed. Catherine Keller and Mary-Jane Rubenstein. New York: Fordham University Press, 2017.
Singleton, Elizabeth. “Out of Sight but Within Reach: Minnesota’s Elusive Moose,” in Host to Ghosts: Sense Memory and Transfiguring Animal Loss. Ed. Brianne Donaldson and Harrison King (Submitted).
Ms. Singleton has extensive knowledge in the following categories and is able to serve as a resource on:
Religious and philosophical ethics
Religion and science
Religion and gender
The traditions of India.