Interim Associate Provost;
Chester D. Tripp Chair in Humanities;
Professor of General Studies
At Berea College since 1993
Lincoln Hall, 320
To make an appointment with Dr. Gowler, please contact Sam Cole (firstname.lastname@example.org; 859-985-3210).
- B.A., Campbellsville College, 1976
- M.A., Vanderbilt University, 1977
- M.A., University of Louisville, 1980
- M.A., University of Iowa, 1988
- Ph.D., University of Iowa, 1989
“Radical Orthodoxy: William Goodell and the Abolition of American Slavery.” New England Quarterly, December 2018.
“The Habit of Seeking: Liberal Education and the Library at Berea College,” Library Trends, Fall 1995.
“Liberation Theology: An Introduction to Its History and Themes,” Counseling and Values, October 1986.
“No Second-hand Religion: Thomas Erskine’s Critique of Religious Authorities,” Church History, June 1985.
“Coleridge as Hermeneut,” Anglican Theological Review, April 1984.
“That Profound Silence: The Failure of Theodicy in Melville’s Pierre,” Southern Humanities Review, Summer 1981.