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Horace Six-Means


Associate Professor in Church History

  • Teaching and Research

    Horace’s teaching and research interests include using hybridity and other Postcolonial categories for studying early Christianity; Christianity, culture, and the Constitution in US History; early Christian pneumatology; and using film and other forms of popular culture as teaching tools.

  • Education

    BA, University of Pennsylvania

    M.Div., a Th.M., and a Ph.D. in the History of Christianity, Princeton Theological Seminary

  • Publications

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    Augustine and Catholic Christianization: The Catholicization of Roman Africa, 391-408. (New York: Peter Lang, 2011).

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    "Bishops, Early and Mediaeval" in the New Westminster Dictionary of Church History.

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    “Saints and Teachers: The Canon of Persons” in Canonical Theism: A Proposal for Theology and the Church.

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