Klaus Yoder

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Religion

Klaus C. Yoder teaches and writes about the history of Christian theology, spirituality and ethics. In preparation for writing his dissertation, he spent a year in Germany examining sixteenth-century primary sources as a guest student at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main. His research explores how Christians during and after the Protestant Reformation developed new insights about performance, rhetoric, the body and worship practices.

BA, Ursinus College; MTS, THD, Harvard University
At Vassar since 2017


Blodgett Hall
Box 738

Departments and Programs


RELI 183 Christian Theology and the Body
RELI 256 Theology of the Prison


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