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Carly Daniel-Hughes, ThD, M.Div, MA

Professor, Religions and Cultures

Carly Daniel-Hughes, ThD, M.Div, MA
Office: S-ER 617  
ER Building,
2155 Guy St.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2178

Professor Daniel-Hughes’ research has contributed to the study of the body, gender, and sexuality in Roman antiquity, the reception of Paul's letters, and the historiography of early Christianity. Her current project, provisionally entitled "Anticipating Asceticism," reconsiders how historians have understood the rise of asceticism. It pays particular attention to Clement of Alexandria and Tertullian of Carthage, whose emphasis on the cultivation of virtue, austerity, and emotional discipline are shown to reflect new configurations of civic and provincial life in the later Roman empire, ones that "anticipate" the flourishing of asceticism into the fourth century and beyond. She is author of The Salvation of the Flesh in Tertullian of CarthageDressing for the Resurrection (Palgrave 2011) and co-edited volume, Dressing Judeans and Christians (Ashgate, 2014 with Kristi Upson-Saia and Alicia Batten). Professor Daniel-Hughes’ work has also appeared in Biblical InterpretationJournal of Early Christian Studies, and Studies in Religion. She is an active member of the Society of Biblical Literature, serving most recently as a co-chair of the "Inventing Christianities" group. 

A devoted teacher and mentor, Dr. Daniel-Hughes has supervised numerous PhD and MA students. She is also the winner of two university-wide teaching awards.

She holds a ThD in Christian Origins and M.Div from Harvard University as well as MA in Religious Studies and BA in International Affairs from Florida State University. 

Teaching activities

Selected publications

Recent publications

with Benoît Laplante , “La féconditéau Canada durant le baby-boom. Divergence et convergence des comportements”, Annales de démographie historique, 2016,no 2: 65-110.

with Benoît Laplante, “Le baby-boom québécois: l'importance du mariage”, Cahiers québécois de démographie, 2016, vol. 45, no 1: 1-26.

with Patricia Thornton, “Marrying ‘theOther’:  Trends and Determinants ofCulturally Mixed Marriages in Québec, 1880-1940”, Canadian Ethnic Studies, vol. 47, no 23, 2015: 111-141.

with BenoîtLaplante, “Baby-boom etdéclin de la fécondité : l’évolution paradoxale de la fécondité durant les années 1950 au Québec”, Bulletind’histoire politique, vol. 24, no 1, 2015: 42-55.

with Patricia Thornton,“Geography of Encounter: Immigration, Ethnic Diversity, and InterethnicRelations within Quebec, 1881-1911”, Chapter 9 in The Dawn of Canada’s Century. Hidden Histories, edited by GordonDarroch, Montreal/Kingston, McGill/Queen’s Press, 2014: 228-267.

with Hélène Vézina and Alain Gagnon, “Socioeconomic fertilitydifferentials in a late transition setting: A micro-level analysis of theSaguenay region in Quebec”, DemographicResearch, 2014, vol.30, article 38: 1097-1128.

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