Dr. Peter Iver Kaufman studies the political cultures of late antique, medieval and early modern Europe and North Africa. He has written extensively on conflict and authority in Latin Christendom and on religion, politics and drama in Elizabethan England.
He teaches courses such as the introductory leadership studies course Leadership and the Humanities and Justice and Civil Society, as well as advanced courses on political, cultural and religious leaders in late antiquity and early modern Europe.
Dr. Kaufman is editor-in-chief of the journal Religions, and editor of Leadership and Elizabethan Culture and Religion Around, a new book series.
He is the author of numerous books and articles in journals such as Leadership and Journal of Late Antiquity.
Founder of the Scholars Latino Initiative, which has five chapters in North Carolina and Virginia, Dr. Kaufman also teaches and consults on immigration and education.
Professor Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he taught history and religious studies, he came to the University of Richmond in 2008.
"Augustine and Corruption,” History of Political Thought (2009): 46-59.
What did Shakespeare think about religion?
Sun., Mar. 23, 2014
Political Culture (Late Antiquity through Early Modern Period)