Ph.D., Drew University


 Elijah Prewitt-Davis is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he teaches and develops courses for the university's "Justice and the Common Good" core curriculum.

Recently, he has developed and taught courses on "Race and Justice," "Healing and Loving Creation," "The Theology of Martin Luther King," and a seminar titled "Anxious, Alienated, Confused: The Subject of Late Capitalism." Outside of the Mount, he is a fellow with the Westar Institute's God and the Human Future Seminar and serves on its steering committee.

Prewitt-Davis is also working on an experimental book project that utilizes his training in process philosophy and new materialism to reflect on his working-class background and the practices he used on the five-acre mini-farm where he lives with his wife, two children, three dogs, three goats, four miniature Highland cows, twenty-one chickens, and a whole host of other creatures.