Dr. Jan Love, Dean and Professor of Christianity and World Politics
Dean Love is an internationally recognized leader in church and ecumenical arenas and a scholar of world politics, particularly issues of religion and politics, conflict transformation, globalization, and ecumenism. She is known for facilitating constructive relationships among people and groups with deeply held differences and for her work in racial justice.
Dr. Jan Love
Candler School of Theology
1531 Dickey Dr.
Atlanta, GA 30322
- PhD, Ohio State University, 1983
- MA, Ohio State University, 1977
- BA, Eckerd College (St. Petersburg, FL), 1975
- "Practicing Consensus at the Table: Doing Democracy Differently" in Conflict and Communion (forthcoming)
- "Multilateralism: Faithful Reflections on International Relations" in For the Peace of the World: A Christian Curriculum on International Relations (2005)
- Southern Africa in World Politics: Local Aspirations and Global Entanglements (Westview Press, 2005)
- "The Power and Promise of Peace" in Zion's Herald (November/December 2004)
- "A Tribute to Konrad Raiser" in The Ecumenical Review: Essays in Honour of Konrad Raiser (January 2004)
- The U.S. Anti-Apartheid Movement: Local Activism in Global Politics (Praeger Publishers, 1985)