Sumer Bingham Musick , MPhi

Assistant Professor of Religion

  • Office: Armington Learning Center, 428
  • Telephone: (606) 218-5008
  • E-mail: SumerBingham@upike.edu.

REL 213 – Introduction to the Old Testament
REL 214 – Introduction to the New Testament
REL 230 – World’s Great Living Religions
REL 334 – Buddhism
REL 387 – Religion and Popular Culture
REL 389 – Women in the Bible
REL 430 – Spirituality in the World Religions

Bachelor of Arts – Comparative Religion and Psychology – Pikeville College (UPIKE) – Pikeville, Kentucky, 2011

Master of Arts – Theology and Religious Studies – University of Bristol – United Kingdom, 2013

Master of Philosophy – Theology and Religious Studies – University of Bristol – United Kingdom, 2018 (thesis: Illuminating Skellig Michael Spirituality A Study of the 7th-Century Monastic Site Utilizing Analogous Sources)

PhD – Practical Theology – St. Thomas University – Miami, Florida, currently in progress

Trauma-sensitive theology
Embodied theology
Feminist theology
Neurotheology
Spiritual practices as avenues for trauma recovery
Skellig Michael Island
Early Medieval Irish spirituality
Peregrinatio