Professor Crocker teaches Writing 5 for the Institute for Writing and Rhetoric and also teaches Psychology of Religion for the MALS Program.
Richard Crocker is the Virginia Rice Kelsey '61s Dean of the William Jewett Tucker Foundation and College Chaplain of Dartmouth College, an ordained Presbyterian minister, and a licensed pastoral psychotherapist. He holds BA and MA degrees in English and American Literature from Brown, M.Div, and Ph.D. degrees from Vanderbilt, and was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford. His intellectual interests concern the Psychology of Religion, religious phenomenology, and American religious history. Previously he taught at Bates College and Elizabethtown College.
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