18 - 21 July 2017
Gregory Milleris Professor of History and Director of General Education at Malone University, where he has served since 2000. He teaches European and Religious History, focusing on the Reformation and on the history of Christian-Islamic relations. He won the Distinguished Faculty Award for teaching in 2011 and 2003.
Dr. Miller earned his M. A. in History from the University of Tulsa; and a Ph.D. in History of Christianity from Boston University. He is an author and contributor to many books and articles, most recently one on the first printed Qur’an in Europe (in the Journal of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations) and another on Martin Luther’s understanding of Jews and Turks (in Oxford University Press’ Handbook of Martin Luther’s Theology). He is a frequent speaker and participant in inter-faith dialogue between Jews, Christians, and Muslims.
Jews, Christians, and Muslims in the Reformation Era
Juden, Christen und Muslime im Zeitalter der Reformation