Harvey Stark '92 earned a Doctoral Degree from the Princeton University Religion Department in 2015. He is currently an Assistant Professor at California State University in Sacramento in the Humanities and Religious Studies Department. He teaches courses in Islam, Islam in America, world religions, global humanities, and the theory of religion. He is working on an ethnography of American Muslim chaplains and Islamic religious leadership. Prior to teaching in Sacramento, he taught at Princeton University, Depauw University, and Wabash College. One of his richest teaching experiences was as a volunteer instructor of world religions at the Indiana Women's Prison in Indianapolis. He lives in Sacramento with his wife Jennifer and their dog Max.
Alumni Spotlight: Harvey Stark '92
March 8, 2019