Dr. Joseph R. Wiebe, Assistant Professor (Religion)
B.Th., Canadian Mennonite University
M.T.S., Duke University
Ph.D., McMaster University
Joseph Wiebe teaches Religion and Ecology with an interest in ethics, imagination, and community. Wiebe’s ongoing research is on the ways land shaped Mennonite and Métis identities within different religious and political contexts. His dissertation, “Wendell Berry’s Imagination in Place,” is forthcoming in Baylor University Press (2016).