HD 3James C. Ungureanu, PhD, is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Queensland and in the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A historian of science and religion, his research is mostly focused on nineteenth-century religious thought.

James earned his PhD in Religious Studies at the University of Queensland. He also has a MA in the History of Christianity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and a BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies from the University of California-Davis.


  1. James,
    I came across your site while reviewing the Wilberforces. Thanks for your efforts. I am not so sophisticated a writer but I have written on a number of subjects over the years-creation/evolution, medical ethics, archaeology, and theology. They are within the website listed below. As well, I did biomedical research in Australia (Melbourne) from 1981-1985, It was a memorable experience. I still would have a 4 and Twenty Pie if I could, although I never quite acquired the taste for Vegemite. I really enjoyed Cricket and Aussie Rules Football and Rugby.
    Dr John G Leslie

      1. Religion may be marginal as a social activity, but it is tied to politics, economy, culture, and many forms of systems of (power) relations in our world. It is also the life-giving material to literature. I doubt if any one should mistake religion as marginally relevant to our society today.

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