Georgia State University
Dr. Monique Moultrie's scholarly pursuits include projects in sexual ethics, African American religious traditions, and gender and sexuality studies. She is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Georgia State University.
She is currently on academic leave at Harvard University as a Ford Foundation postdoctoral fellow. Her current project is a book manuscript focused on African American televangelism and women’s sexual agency. She spent this past summer as a Cross Currents/ Auburn Theological Seminary Research Colloquium fellow where she researched her upcoming project on black LGBT religious leadership. She is also continuing on as consultant for the National Institutes of Health and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender-Religious Archives Network.
Dr. Moultrie received her PhD from Vanderbilt University, a Masters of Arts in Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School, and a Bachelor of Arts from Duke University.