Jonathan Sheehan is an historian with particular interests in the cultural and intellectual history of early modern Europe, the history of religion, science, and scholarship. Other areas include: the history of secularism and secularization, Jewish-Christian relations, the history of the disciplines, the afterlife of the Protestant Reformation, and the history of reading and print culture. He is co-founder and co-director from 2012-2019 of the Berkeley Center for the Study of Religion.
Research Expertise and Interest
intellectual history, religion, Christianity, Europe, history of science, secularism, Secularization