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Noah Buchholz

PhD Student | Religion & Society

Noah Buchholz
Religion & Society
noah.buchholz@ptsem.edu
(Photo credit: Sameer Kahn)

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Noah Buchholz, MDiv '14, ThM '18, is a PhD student in religion and society at Princeton Theological Seminary and lecturer in the program in linguistics at Princeton University. Previously, he served as assistant professor of American sign language and deaf studies at Bethel College. His research interests include liberation theology, postcolonial/decolonial theory, critical geography, and deaf studies. He holds a BA in biblical and theological studies and classical languages from Wheaton College and an MDiv and ThM from Princeton Theological Seminary.

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