Dianne M. Stewart
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Dianne M. Stewart

Dianne M. Stewart is a professor of religion and African American studies at Emory University specializing in African and African Diaspora religious cultures and Black love and marriage studies. She obtained her BA degree from Colgate University in English and African American Studies, her MDiv degree from Harvard Divinity School, and her PhD degree in systematic theology from Union Theological Seminary in New York City, where she studied with well-known scholars such as Delores Williams, James Washington, and her adviser, James Cone. Stewart joined Emory’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences in 2001 and teaches courses in the graduate and undergraduate programs. Stewart has won several awards and fellowships, including the Emory Williams Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award, Emory College of Arts and Sciences’ Distinguished Advising Award, Emory University Laney Graduate School’s Eleanor Main Graduate Faculty Mentor Award, a Fulbright Scholar award, a Senior Fellowship at the Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry and an Emory College of Arts and Sciences Chronos Faculty Fellowship. Stewart has also served on several committees within the American Academy of Religion, and she is a founding coeditor, with Jacob Olupona and Terrence Johnson, of the Religious Cultures of African and African Diaspora People series at Duke University Press.
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