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Carly Daniel-Hughes, ThD

Professor, Religions and Cultures

Carly Daniel-Hughes, ThD
Office: S-R 302 
R Annex,
2050 Mackay
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 8828

Carly Daniel-Hughes earned her doctorate from Harvard University in Christian Origins. She teaches courses in the history of Christianity, biblical studies, and women, gender and sexuality in Religion. Her research has contributed to the study of ancient Christian constructions of sexuality, gender, and the body, the history of dress (particularly in Roman antiquity), as well as the writings of a major ancient Christian figure, Tertullian of Carthage. Currently, she is undertaking a study of evangelical anti-sex trafficking campaigns today, with a focus on women's involvement in these ministeries. 

The winner of two university-wide teaching awards, Dr. Daniel-Hughes is also a passionate teacher and mentor. She is a member of the Department of Religions and Cultures Women, Gender, and Sexuality Seminar, and currently serves as Chair of the Department.  


ThD (Harvard Divinity School)
MDiv (Harvard Divinity School)
MA (Florida State University)

Research interests

Women, Gender and Sexuality in Religious Studies

Queer Theory and Cultural Studies

History of Christianity

Early Christianity

Roman Empire

Field areas

Religions and Cultures in Late Antiquity
Women, Gender, and Sexuality



Select Graduate Seminars

Reading Sex in the Bible
Early Christian Bodies
The Making of Christianity
Christian Feminist Thought

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