Anastasia Wendlinder, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Religious Studies; Graduate Program Director; Co-Director, Francis Youth Institute for Theology and Leadership

Dr. Wendinder Co-Directs the Graduate Program in Religious Studies and The Francis Youth Institute in Theology and Leadership. Her area of expertise is Systematic Theology, with emphases on medieval theology, the Second Vatican Council, sacramental theology...

Dr. Anastasia Wendlinder

Contact Information

AD Box 57

  • Humanities Building, Room 309
  • Fall 2018
    Tuesday: 1:30-3:30 p.m.
    Wednesday: 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
  • 509-313-6786

Education & Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D., Systematic Theology, University of Notre Dame

M.A., Systematic Theology, Graduate Theological Union

B.A., Psychology and Sociology, University of Colorado, Boulder

Courses Taught

RELI 529: Faith in Dialogue

RELI 506: Systematic Theology: God, Christ, Humanity

RELI 505: Christian Leadership

RELI 220: Catholicism

RELI 215: Christian Diversity

RELI 210: Christian Doctrine


Dr. Wendinder Co-Directs the Graduate Program in Religious Studies and The Francis Youth Institute in Theology and Leadership. Her area of expertise is Systematic Theology, with emphases on medieval theology, the Second Vatican Council, sacramental theology and theologies of liberation. She has published a book on Thomas Aquinas and Meister Eckhart and has written articles on ecclesiology, ecumenism, sacraments and inculturated liturgy.