The Rev. Danielle Tumminio, PhD, is assistant professor of pastoral theology and serves as director of field education. Prior to arriving at Seminary of the Southwest, she was a lecturer at Yale and Tufts universities, in addition to serving as chaplain at Groton School and as a parish priest in Lexington, Lincoln, and Quincy, Massachusetts. She is the author of God and Harry Potter at Yale (Unlocking Press, 2010) – which discusses the intersection of Christian theology with the Harry Potter series – and Expecting Jesus (Morehouse, 2014), a series of Advent daily reflections. She is also the co-editor of When Two or Three Are Gathered, an anthology of spiritual vignettes composed by a diversity of individuals throughout The Episcopal Church. In addition to her books, Dr. Tumminio has written extensively for publications including Huffington Post and The Guardian about the intersection of popular culture and faith. She is also a member of the Yale Divinity School Alumni Board and serves the national church as a member of the Board of Examining Chaplains.
BA, Yale University, 2003
MDiv, Yale University, 2006
STM, Yale University, 2008
Certificate in Anglican Studies, Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, 2008
PhD, Boston University, 2014