Kimberly Bauser McBrien, Ph.D.
- Visiting Assistant Professor , Religion
Kim Bauser McBrien joined the Religion Department in 2018 after holding visiting positions at Saint Anselm College and Rivier University in New Hampshire. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, and Master of Divinity and Master of Sacred Theology degrees from Yale Divinity School. She received her Ph.D. from Boston College, having written a thesis titled "'…remembering what the Savior had said': Social Memory and the Sayings of Jesus Tradition." She specializes in the New Testament and Early Christianity, with a focus on the role of memory in the preservation and production of tradition in the canonical Gospels and extra-canonical literature of the first three centuries.