From 2005 to 2008, I was a lecturer at the University of Sudbury, an affiliated college of Laurentian University in Sudbury (Ontario, Canada), where I taught courses in the area of the Judaeo-Christian Tradition. In 2008, I became an Assistant professor (tenure-track) in the Department of Theological Studies at Concordia University (Montréal, Québec, Canada) and was granted promotion to the rank of Associate professor (with early tenure) in 2011. In 2012, I accepted an offer from the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science to be cross-appointed to the Department of Religion at Concordia.
Since my arrival at Concordia University, I had the privilege of receiving the Concordia Council on Student Life Outstanding Contribution Award (2010) for my contribution to student life and services, particularly in relation to the careful mentoring of my students. Also in 2010, I was given the Dean's New Scholar Award, which is described by the Faculty of Arts and Science as a recognition for “outstanding scholarly achievement by a tenure-track faculty member.”
You can also find additional information on my research interests on my Theological Studies' Faculty page, on my Faculty page in the Department of Religion, on Research@Concordia, and on Academia.edu.