Professors in Asian Studies
Dr. Eric Dinmore is the Asian Studies Advisor.
|Dr. Matthew B. Bowman|
Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion
Maples 26 | (434) 223-6313
Each year several religion majors attend seminary after graduation, but the majority of our majors develop careers in business, law, education, social work, and military service.
|Dr. Gerald T. Carney|
Professor of Religion
Maples 023 | (434) 223-6268
Documenting Hindu religious life and using photographic images to enrich both research and classroom teaching has been a focus of my work since 1980.
|Dr. Eric G. Dinmore|
Assistant Professor of History
Maples 002 | (434) 223-6279
Advises students in the Asian Studies Minor program.
|Matthew R. Dubroff|
Lecturer in Fine Arts
Johns Auditorium 203 | (434) 223-6362
Dubroff is a founding member of Theatre Nohgaku, a professional troupe dedicated to bringing this 600-year-old theatre form to non-Japanese audiences.
|Dr. Ralph S. Hattox|
Elliott Professor of History
Morton Hall 318 | (434) 223-6108
More than two centuries ago, Thomas Fuller observed that history enables one to gain the "experience of age without either the infirmities or inconvenience thereof."
|Dr. Warner R. Winborne|
Associate Professor of Government & Foreign Affairs
Morton Hall 322 | (434) 223-6377
Knowledge of history is one mark of a liberal education, enlarging your self-understanding. History is also a good foundation for careers in teaching, law, and public affairs.