477whitney_baumanE-Mail : wbauman[at]fiu.edu


  • GRADUATE THEOLOGICAL UNION, PhD, Theology and Religious Studies (2002-2007), Dissertation: “From Creatio ex Nihilo to Terra Nullius: The Colonial Mind and the Colonization of Creation.”
  • VANDERBILT DIVINITY SCHOOL, MTS with an Emphasis on Ecological Concerns (1998- 2000) MTS Thesis: “The Illusion of the Isolated Self.”
    HENDRIX COLLEGE, BA, Psychology (1994-1998)


  • Theology, Creation, and Environmental Ethics: From Creatio ex Nihilo to Terra Nullius (New York, NY: Routledge, 2009).


  • “The Problem of a Transcendent God for the Well-Being of Continuous Creation” in Dialog: A Journal of Theology 46.2(Summer 2007): 120-127.
  • “The Eco-Ontology of Social/ist Eco-Feminist Thought” in Environmental Ethics 29 (Fall 2007): 279-298.
  • “Terror, Violence, Natality, and Revelation: Bowling for Columbine and The Culture of Fear” in the Council of Societies for the Study of Religion Bulletin, 33, 3 & 4 (2004): 75- 80.
  • “God’s Creation, God’s Created, and God’s Creating: A Process View of Eschatology,” in the CTNS Bulletin, vol 21, no 4 (Fall 2001): 12-17.
  • “Essentialism, Universalism, and Violence: Unpacking the Ideology of Patriarchy,” in Journal of Women and Religion, vol. 19 (2001): 52-71.
  • “Green Studies, Religion, and Environmental Practice,” edited and compiled by Whitney Bauman, in Journal of Women and Religion, vol. 19 (2001): 90-116.