Director of The Center for Theological Writing
Judith Heyhoe has taught writing for nearly twenty years. She taught for five years in the Freshman Writing Program at the University of Notre Dame and then worked as a high school teacher of English for Chicago Public Schools. She began her career as a journalist for a British newspaper and has done freelance work as an editor in Chicago. In addition to her duties as director of the writing center, she is editor to the faculty of Duke Divinity School.
Bradley Burroughs earned his Master of Divinity degree from Duke Divinity School in 2006 and will complete his Ph.D. in Emory University’s Graduate Division of Religion in the fall of 2012. In recent years, he has taught courses in theology and ethics, instructed a masters-level course designed to develop critical thinking and writing abilities, and worked in the Duke University Writing Studio. Brad studies Christian theological ethics, modern social theory, and contemporary theories of virtue, interests that come together in his dissertation, Christianity, Politics, and the Predicament of Evil. He has served as the pastor of a rural United Methodist Church in Western New York.
Meghan Florian received her Master of Theological Studies from Duke Divinity School in 2009. Her research interests include theology, literature, and gender studies. She is currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from Queens University of Charlotte. In addition, she is the communications coordinator for the Resource Center for Women & Ministry in the South, a nonprofit organization in Durham, N.C., and serves as a deacon at Chapel Hill Mennonite Fellowship.
Sean Larsen received his Master of Divinity from Yale Divinity School in 2007 and is currently a Ph.D. student in Christian Theological Studies at Duke (expected graduation in 2013). He has precepted for history, ethics, and theology classes at Duke Divinity School and has taught Early and Medieval and Reformation Theology Courses for Summer and Weekend Course of Study. His academic interests are in systematic and philosophical theology, political ethics, sexual ethics, critical theory, and the thought of Augustine.
Brett McKey received his Master of Divinity degree from Duke Divinity School in 2009. His academic interests are patristics, contemporary Orthodox theology, and gender issues. He has served in the Center since 2009 and now acts as head tutor. He attends Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church.