Travis Tamerius

Director for Center of Ethics and Global Studies; University Chaplain and Adjunct Instructor, Cultural Diversity


Areas of Expertise:

  • Bible
  • World Cultures
  • The Sociology of Religion
  • History of Christianity
  • Ethics and Film
  • Cultures in Contact
  • The Life and Literature of Mark Twain


  • M.C.S., Theology: Regent College, Vancouver, British Columbia, 1998
  • B.A., History: University of Missouri, 1992
  • B.A., Religious Studies: University of Missouri, 1992

Professional Achievements:

  • Director, Center for Ethics and Global Studies, 2010-present
  • Director, Woods Around the World, 2006-present
  • Adjunct Instructor, 2005-present
  • University Chaplain, 2004-present

Honors and/or awards:

  • 2005 recipient of a research grant from The Louisville Institute: “Hearing the Grass Grow: Recovering a Theology of Wonder”
  • 2009 recipient of a research grant from The Louisville Institute: “Life in a Glass House”


  • “Growing Up on the Late Great Planet Earth,” Crux magazine
  • “Sounding the Alarm: N.T. Wright and Evangelical Theology,” Reformation and Revival Journal
  • “An Interview With N.T. Wright,” Reformation and Revival Journal
  • Devotional Articles for Upper Room Disciplines, 2008