Jeffrey H. Mahan
Resident Fellow • Visiting Lecturer
Faculty and Research Fellows • Past Visiting Lecturers

Jeffrey H. Mahan holds the Ralph E. and Norma E. Peck Chair in Religion and Public Communication at the Iliff School of Theology in Denver, CO.

He is a resident fellow at the Center for Media, Religion and Culture at the University of Colorado Boulder. Mahan hold the Ph.D. from Northwestern University, in Religious and Theological Studies. Publications include: Religion and Popular Culture in America, 3rd Edition, Bruce David Forbes & Jeffrey H. Mahan, editors, The University of California Press, 2017; Media/Religion/Culture: An Introduction, Routledge, 2014; Shared Wisdom: A Guide to Case Study Reflection in Ministry, Mahan, Troxell and Allen, Abingdon Press, 1993; A Long Way from Solving That One: Psycho/social and Ethical Implications of Ross Macdonald’s Lew Archer Tales, University Press of America, 1990; American Television Genres, Stuart M. Kaminsky with Jeffrey H. Mahan, Nelson Hall: Chicago; 1985; as well as articles, book chapters, encyclopedia entries and film and book reviews.

Professional Associations include: American Academy of Religion, where he was founding co-chair of the Religion and Popular Culture Group. International Association for Media, Religion and Culture, Interfilm North America.