Dr. Dawn Hutchinson has taught for the Philosophy and Religion department at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia since 2004. She specializes in American Religious History, with particular emphasis on New Religious Movements. Her most recent book is entitled Secret of Success: The Link between American Prosperity Theology and Business Self-Help Literature for Nova Science Publishers, and she is conducting background research for a book on Transcendentalist Women to be published with Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Her book Antiquity and Social Reform: Religious Experience in the Unification Church, Feminist Wicca and the Nation of Yahweh was published in 2010. She graduated from Christopher Newport College in 1990 with a Bachelor’s of Music. Her MA is from the University of South Florida (2001) in Comparative Religions and her PhD is from the Florida State University (2007) in American Religious History. Areas of academic interest include New Religious Movements, Feminism, African American Religious History, Gender/Religion, Gnosticism, New Thought, Transcendentalism, and the Social Gospel.

Dawn L. Hutchinson
Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA, USA

Dr. Dawn Hutchinson has taught for the Philosophy and Religion department at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia since 2004. She specializes in American Religious History, with particular emphasis on New Religious Movements. Her most recent book is entitled Secret of Success: The Link between American Prosperity Theology and Business Self-Help Literature for Nova Science Publishers, and she is conducting background research for a book on Transcendentalist Women to be published with Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Her book Antiquity and Social Reform: Religious Experience in the Unification Church, Feminist Wicca and the Nation of Yahweh was published in 2010. She graduated from Christopher Newport College in 1990 with a Bachelor’s of Music. Her MA is from the University of South Florida (2001) in Comparative Religions and her PhD is from the Florida State University (2007) in American Religious History. Areas of academic interest include New Religious Movements, Feminism, African American Religious History, Gender/Religion, Gnosticism, New Thought, Transcendentalism, and the Social Gospel.

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