Dr. David M. Craig


Academic Interests

History of religious and secular traditions of moral thought in the west, economic and environmental ethics, religion and politics, religion and social theory, comparative religious ethics


IUPUI Trustees Teaching Award, 2003-04

IUPUI Trustees Teaching Award, 2006-07


John Ruskin and the Ethics of Consumption (University of Virginia Press, 2006). Articles in Soundings, The Journal of Religious Ethics, and The Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics. Other publications include an essay on "The Give and Take of Philanthropy" in Good Intentions (Indiana University Press, 2005).


Steering Committee, Ethics Section, American Academy of Religion (2000-2006)

Associate Professor

Department of Religious Studies

IU School of Liberal Arts

Adjunct Professor

Philanthropic Studies Program

Office: CA 335A

Phone: (317) 274-3689


B.A. Oberlin College 1987

M.T.S. Harvard Divinity School 1990

M.A. Princeton University 1995

Ph.D. Princeton University 1998

School of Liberal Arts

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Indianapolis, IN 46202

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