B.A., Religious Studies, Northwestern, 2012
B.M., Bassoon Performance, Northwestern, 2012
M.A., Religious Studies, University of Chicago Divinity School 2015
Adam Beyt is a sixth year PhD student in systematic theology at Fordham. His research focuses on political theology, theological anthropology, and queer theory. He also has interests in phenomenology, embodiment, gender theory, racial justice, aesthetics, hermeneutics, and critical theory. A native of south Louisiana, Adam got his undergraduate degrees in religious studies and bassoon performance from Northwestern University in 2012. He then spent a year teaching ESL in the West African nation of Togo with VOICA, a lay-Catholic volunteer organization. Adam then completed his master of arts in religious studies from the University of Chicago Divinity School before moving to New York City in the summer of 2015. A voracious reader and lover of the arts, he enjoys going to Broadway shows and concerts.