Daniel N. Gullotta is a historian of religion, particularly interested in the history of North American Christianity and Biblical interpretation. He is currently a Doctor of Philosophy student in Religious Studies at Stanford University, specializing in Early Modern North American Christianity.
His scholarship, for the most part, is focused on 18th and 19th century American Christianity. Some of his interests include Joseph Smith and early Mormonism, American witchcraft and occult traditions, Jonathan Edwards and the First Great Awakening, and the reception of the Bible within North American scholarship and popular culture. He has also done extensive research in the field of Christian origins.
He is a graduate of Yale University’s Divinity School, in the Master of Arts in Religion program, with a concentration in the History of Christianity. He also holds a Master of Theological Studies (specializing in Biblical Studies) from the Australian Catholic University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology with Honors from the University of Newcastle. He received his undergraduate education and Bachelor’s Degree in Theology (majoring in Biblical Studies) through Charles Sturt University.