Remember Your Baptism: Engaging People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities from a Wesleyan Perspective

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2020-09-01

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Barton

Sarah Jean Barton

Assistant Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery

Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy and Theological Ethics


You can order my bookBecoming the Baptized Body: Disability and the Practice of Christian Community, from Baylor University Press or your local bookstore!

I hold a dual appointment in the School of Medicine and Duke Divinity School. My primary areas of scholarship include Christian theology and ethics, disability studies, accessible education, and occupational therapy. I focus on participatory research methodologies in partnership with people experiencing intellectual disabilities.



Education

Doctor of Theology
Certificate in Reflective and Faithful Teaching
Duke Divinity School (Durham, NC, USA), 2014 - 2019 

Master of Theological Studies
summa cum laude, Certificate in Anglican Studies
Duke Divinity School (Durham, NC, USA), 2012-2014

Master of Science
Occupational Therapy, Pi Theta Epsilon
Boston University (Boston, MA, USA), 2009-2012

Bachelor of Science
magna cum laude, Biology
Seattle Pacific University (Seattle, WA, USA), 2005-2009




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