Brian Catlos
Religious Studies

Office: Eaton Humanities 282

Office Hours: Mondays 2PM-2:50PM
Wednesdays 11AM-11:50AM
 
 

Professor of Religious Studies, Director of Undergraduate Studies for Religious Studies, Director of the CU Mediterranean Studies Group


Areas of research related to Jewish Studies:

Muslim-Christian-Jewish relations in the Pre-Modern Mediterranean

Courses:

Mediterranean Religion Before Modernity (HUMN 3850); Christian Traditions (RLST 3000); Medieval Spain: Religion, Culture and Ethnicity (RLST 4820/5820); Mediterranean Religion and Society (RLST 4820/5820)

Recent publications:

Muslims of Medieval Latin Christiandom, c. 1050-1614 (Cambridge University Press, 2014)

Infidel Kings and Unholy Warriors: Faith, Power, and Violence in the Age of Crusade and Jihad (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2014)

About Prof. Catlos:

Brian Catlos has been a member of the Religious Studies faculty at CU-Boulder since 2010 and serves as the Undergraduate Director for Religious Studies. He is affiliated also with the History Department and the Humanities and Jewish Studies Programs. He co-convenes the new University of Colorado Mediterranean Studies Group and is also Co-Director of The Mediterranean Seminar, an international forum for scholarly collaboration for developing research and teaching in the field of Mediterranean Studies, and co-Director (PI to July 2012) of the University of California Mediterranean Studies Multi-Campus Research Program, based at the University of California Santa Cruz.