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Room 211

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Despite an international perspective - thanks to a Norwegian mother, American father and Russian wife - his classes focus on making sense of American culture and institutions. At the Mount, he has participated in work against capital punishment and serves as faculty advisor to the Campus Democrats. He lives in Frederick and spends his free time reading and relaxing with his wife and little boy.
M.A., and Ph.D. University of California San Diego
B.A., and B.S. University of North Dakota
SOC 210 Sociology of Medicine, SOC 214 Sociology of Religion, SOC 320 Military and Society, SOC 307 Social Inequality, SOC 498 Senior Seminar, SOC 100 Foundations of Sociology, CVSO 201 West in the Modern World, First-Year Symposium.
Hansen, Kim P. Military Chaplains and Religious Diversity New York: Palgrave Macmillan. October, 2012

In addition to work on military chaplaincy, he has an interest in the medicalization of death and dying, with publications on Physician-Assisted Suicide and on Lethal Injection.

His book about military chaplains has been reviewed in Commonweal Magazine, Armed Forces & Society and Journal of Church & State. He has been invited to speak about chaplaincy at the University of Oslo, at Brite Divinity School in Texas, and on Capitol Hill.