Amy Laura Hall is Associate Professor of Christian Ethics. She holds her B.A. from Emory (1990), her M.Div. from Yale Divinity School (1993), and her Ph.D. from Yale University (1999). Professor Hall has been on faculty for eighteen years. She has taught for the Focus program in Genomics and in Global Health. She serves on the faculty board for Graduate Liberal Studies and for the NCCU-Duke Program. She organized a 2011 conference against torture and is organizing a 2017 conference on drones in warfare. Her book on Julian of Norwich is forthcoming from Duke University Press. She is the author of Kierkegaard and the Treachery of Love (Cambridge), Conceiving Parenthood: The Protestant Spirit of Biotechnological Reproduction (Eerdmans), and Writing Home with Love: Politics for Neighbors and Naysayers (Cascade).
Associate Professor of Christian Ethics