Randal Cummings is a lecturer in the Religious Studies Department at California State University, Northridge.
He received his B.A. in English and Comparative Literatures from CSUN, his Masters in “History of Religions” from UCLA and his C.Phil in 1. History of Religions; 2. Biblical Texts and Theology; 3. Church History; and 4. Modern Intellectual History from UCLA.
He recently published an article, “Teaching Fundamentalists in the Classroom” for the AAR’s “Spotlight on Teaching” series, and is currently completing a chapter for Teaching Religion and Violence dealing with “Religion and Violence in Popular Culture” to be released by Oxford Press.
Prof. Cummings chairs the Arts of Interpretation Group that meets annually at the American Academy of Religions.