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1 Paul J. Levesque EDUCATION RELIGIOUS STUDIES Ph.D. in Religious Studies, Summa cum laude, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Louvain, Belgium (June 21, 1995). Dissertation: Symbol as the Primary Religious Category in the Thought of Louis Dupré. Lambert Leijssen, Director; Kristiaan Depoortere and Josef Lamberts, Correctors. M.A. in Religious Studies, Magna cum laude, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Louvain, Belgium (July 1, 1988). Papers: The Resurrection According to J.L. Segundo's The Historical Jesus of the Synoptics. T.J. Van Bavel, Director. The Motif of War in the Psalms. J. Luyten, Director. B.A. in Religious Studies, Cum laude, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Louvain, Belgium (July 3, 1987). ETHICS/THEOLOGY M.M.R.Sc. (Master in Morals and Religious Sciences), Magna cum laude, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Louvain, Belgium (June 30, 1989). Thesis: Sacraments: Transcendence in Ritual, Celebration, and Faith. Lambert Leijssen, Promotor; Cor Traets, Corrector. S.T.B. (Sacrae Theologiae Baccalaureatus) Magna cum laude, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Louvain, Belgium (July 1, 1988). PHILOSOPHY M.A. in Philosophy, Magna cum laude, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. (May 11, 1985). Dissertation: Aristotle on the Immateriality of the Intellectual Soul in Relation to Thinking All Things. Kurt Pritzl, Director; Stephen Dumont, Reader. B.A. in Philosophy, Magna cum laude, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. (May 19, 1984). CERTIFICATES HUMAN RESOURCES Certificate in Human Resources Management, LMU Extension, Los Angeles, (December 2016). Certificate in Leadership & Management, Professional and Organizational Development, Human Resources Diversity and Inclusion, CSUF (Summer-Fall 2016). ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS at California State University, Fullerton Associate Dean for Faculty & Staff Relations, College of Humanities & Social Sciences (June 2015 current). Interim Associate Dean for Faculty & Staff Relations, College of Humanities & Social Sciences (August 2014 June 2015). Acting Chair, Department of Women and Gender Studies (Fall 2017 current). Chair, Department of Comparative Religion (August 2010 August 2014). Chair, Student Academic Life Committee, Academic Senate ( ) Chair, Advisement Committee, College of Humanities & Social Sciences (member ; chair Fall 2012 Fall 2013). Chair, Committee on Online Instruction, College of Humanities & Social Sciences ( ). Administrative Fellow, Dean s Office, College of Humanities & Social Sciences (Spring 2010, Fall 2010, Spring 2011). Chair, General Education Committee, Academic Senate (member ; chair ). -1-

2 Levesque 2 of 6 ADDITIONAL SERVICE at California State University, Fullerton Member, Academic Master Plan, Subcommittee for Faculty & Pedagogy (August 2015 Dec. 2016). Member, Advisement (Strategic Plan) Task Force (Fall 2013 Spring 2014). Member, Department of Liberal Studies Personnel Committee (Fall 2013 Spring 2014). Member, College of Humanities & Social Sciences Research & Grants Committee (2013/14). Member, College of Humanities & Social Sciences Planning Committee ( ). Member, E-Learning Consortium (Spring ). Member, Department of Comparative Religion Personnel Committee (Fall 2007 Spring 2010). Member, WASC Steering Committee, CSU Fullerton ( ). Member, CSUF delegation to the CSU system-wide summit to draft CSU Strategic Plan Access To Excellence (April 24-25, 2007). Member, Elementary and Special Education Undergraduate Preparation Committee (EASEUP) Committee, CSU Fullerton ( ). Member, University-wide General Scholarship Review Committee, March 2002 and April Represented Department of Comparative Religion at CSU Lower-Division Transfer Patterns (LDTP) meeting in San Francisco (December 3, 2005). Co-authored reflection in The Senate Forum, Connecting Learning Across the Curriculum and General Education (Fall 2005). Co-presentation at the Fifth-Annual Academic Affairs - Academic Senate Retreat, Connecting Learning Across the Curriculum and General Education: Provocative Questions as We Look Ahead to 2015 (August 16, 2005). Academic Advisor for the Department of Comparative Religion ( ). Faculty Advisor, Comparative Religion Student Association ( ). HONORS and AWARDS DISTINCTIONS Profile inwho s Who in America current editions. Chicago: Marquis. Outstanding Faculty Recognition: Exceptional Teaching Effectiveness, Comparative Religion, CSU Fullerton Outstanding Faculty Recognition: Service to the University, CSU Fullerton, Outstanding Faculty Recognition: Exceptional Teaching Effectiveness, Comparative Religion, CSU Fullerton Outstanding Faculty Recognition: Service, Comparative Religion, CSU Fullerton, Humanities &Social Sciences Outstanding Untenured Faculty Member, CSU Fullerton, Outstanding Faculty Recognition: Teacher/Scholar, Comparative Religion, CSU Fullerton, Summa cum laude, Ph.D. in Religious Studies, Magna cum laude, M.A. in Philosophy, SCHOLARSHIPS Diocese of Orange, Graduate Theological Studies Full Scholarship, Diocese of Orange, Theological Studies Full Scholarship, Theodore T. Basselin Scholar, School of Philosophy Honors Program, The Catholic University of America, Full Scholarship, GRANTS/SABBATICAL Sabbatical (awarded but postponed to serve as interim associate dean, Spring 2015). Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI). CSU Fullerton (Summer 2010), $1250. Summer Training Institute Grant. Faculty Development Center. CSU Fullerton (Summer 2005), $1,000. Sabbatical. (Spring 2008). Blackboard Advanced Users Grant. Faculty Development Center. CSU Fullerton. (Summer 2004), $500. Undergraduate Support Initiative Research and Creativity Grant. CSU Fullerton. Mentor and support of student project by Paul Rodriguez, (December 1, 2003), $990.

3 PUBLICATIONS Levesque 3 of 6 BOOK Symbols of Transcendence: Religious Expression in the Thought of Louis Dupré. Louvain Theological and Pastoral Monographs 22. Leuven: Peeters Press; Grand Rapids: W. B. Eerdmans, ARTICLES/ESSAYS Teachers, Evolution, and Religion: No Resolution in Sight. The Review of Religious Research (51:4 June 2010): Selective Amnesia Surrounding the Role of Religion in the Founding of the United States. The International Journal of the Humanities 6:11(2009): The Correlation Between Political and Ecclesial Ideologies of Catholic Priests. Sociology of Religion 66:4 (December 2005): Dupré, Louis. In Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers. John R. Shook, General Editor. Bristol, UK: Thoemmes Press, The Convergence of Religious Diversity and Sexual Diversity. International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations 3B (2004/05): The Convergence of Religious Diversity and Sexual Diversity. Conference Proceedings, Managing Diversity Conference 2003, Darebin, Australia: Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd, On-Line version, and print version: Classroom Controversy: Christianity and Gay Rights. Academic Exchange Quarterly 8:2 (Summer 2004): The Possibility of Encountering God in Postmodernity: A Return to Apophatic Theology. In The Presence of Transcendence: Thinking Sacrament in a Postmodern Age. Annua Nuntia Lovaniensia 42. Eds., Lieven Boeve and John Ries. Leuven: Peeters Press, 2001, pp A Symbolical Sacramental Methodology: An Application of the Thought of Louis Dupré. Questions Liturgiques/Studies in Liturgy 76 (1995): Eucharistic Prayer Posture: From Standing to Kneeling. Questions Liturgiques/Studies in Liturgy 74 (1993): REVIEWS Book Review of Designing Effective Assessment: Principles and Profiles of Good Practice, by Trudy W. Banta, Elizabeth A. Jones, and Karen E. Black. In Teaching Theology & Religion 14:2 (April 2011): Book Review of Enhancing Learning through Formative Assessment and Feedback, by Alastair Irons. In Teaching Theology & Religion 13:2 (April 2010): Book Review of Assessing the Online Learner, by Rena Palloff and Keith Pratt. In Teaching Theology & Religion 13:2 (April 2010): Book Review of The Essential Nostradamus: Literal Translation, Historical Commentary, and Biography, by Richard Smoley. In Theosophical History 13:1(January 2007): Book Review of Children s Rights, State Intervention, Custody and Divorce: Contradictions in Ethics and Family Law, by Laurence Houlgate. In Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy 10:2 (Summer 2006): Book Review of Providence and the Problem of Evil, by Richard Swinburne. In The Review of Metaphysics 54 (December 2000): Book Review of Critical Terms for Religious Studies, edited by Mark C. Taylor. In The Review of Metaphysics 54 (September 2000): Book Review of Mystery and Method: The Other in Rahner and Levinas, by Michael Purcell. In The Review of Metaphysics 53 (June 2000): Book Review of Philosophy of Religion: A Guide to the Subject, edited by Brian Davies. In The Review of Metaphysics 53 (March 2000): Book Review of Affirmations and Admonitions: Lutheran Decisions and Dialogue with Reformed, Episcopal, and Roman Catholic Churches, by Gabriel Fackre and Michael Root. In New Theology Review 13 (February 2000):

4 Levesque 4 of 6 Book Review of Christian Spirituality and the Culture of Modernity, ed. by Peter Casarella and George Schner. In The Review of Metaphysics 53 (September 1999): Book Review of Religious Mystery and Rational Reflection, by Louis Dupré. In The Review of Metaphysics 52 (March 1999): Book Review of Who's in Charge?: Leadership Skills for Clergy and Others in Ministry, by James Harvey. In New Theology Review 11 (November 1998): Reprinted 12 (February 1999): Book Review of Studies in Gnosticism and in the Philosophy of Religion, by Gerald Hanratty. In The Review of Metaphysics 52 (September 1998): Book Review of Feuerbach and the Interpretation of Religion, by Van A. Harvey. In The Review of Metaphysics 51 (March 1998): Book Review of A Most Unlikely God, by Barry Miller. In The Review of Metaphysics 51 (March 1998): Book Review of Metaphysics and Culture, by Louis Dupré. In The Review of Metaphysics 50 (June 1997): Book Review of The Disappearance of God, by Richard Elliott Friedman. In Louvain Studies 22 (Summer 1997): Book Review of Faces in the Clouds: A New Theory of Religion, by Stewart Guthrie. In The Review of Metaphysics 50 (March 1997): Book Review of Passage to Modernity, by Louis Dupré. In Louvain Studies 19 (Spring 1994): PAPERS DELIVERED INTERNATIONAL The Convergence of Religious Diversity and Sexual Diversity. Managing Diversity Conference 2003, Melbourne, Australia (on-line virtual presentation). The Possibility of Encountering God in Postmodernity: A Return to Apophatic Theology. 2 nd International Leuven Encounters in Systematic Theology Conference, Leuven, Belgium (November 4, 1999). NATIONAL The Expanding Horizons of Religious Diversity. American Association for Higher Education Annual Meeting (April 3, 2004). Queer Theory Breeding Religious Pluralism. Queer Visions in the Americas Conference. University of California, Santa Barbara (May 26, 2002). Gay Margins Encircling Straight Lines: Challenges to the Christian Churches to Embrace Social Change. Association for the Sociology of Religion Annual Meeting (August 17, 2001). Discord in the Classroom: Gay Rights and Christian Values. Society for the Study of Social Problems Annual Meeting (August 17, 2001). Abstracted in Sociological Abstracts Supplement 191 August Pluralism as a Foundation for Liturgical Change. Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions National Meeting (October 6, 2000). Promoting Communication: Teaching Tolerance of Homosexual Persons while Addressing Religious Fears. American Association for Higher Education Annual Meeting (March 31, 2000). Available through ERIC [Educational Resources Information Center] Clearinghouse on Higher Education. ED Searching for Transcendence while Standing in Darkness: Louis Dupré and Negative Theology. American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Platonism and Neoplationism Group (November 22, 1999). REGIONAL Teaching an Online World Religions Course. American Academy of Religion Western Regional Meeting, Joint Session in Education and Workshops and Psychology, Culture, and Religion (March 28, 2011). The Vatican Document against Same-Sex Unions: Authority, Argumentation, and Attack. American Academy of Religion Western Regional Meeting, Queer Studies in Religion and Ethics Joint Session (March 21, 2004). The Pluralistic Vision of Homosexuality: A Reflection on Queer Theology. Society of Christian Ethics Pacific Section Annual Meeting (February 15, 2002).

5 Levesque 5 of 6 Same-Sex Marriage: A Threat to the Christian Right. American Academy of Religion Western Regional Meeting, LGBT Studies Section (April 16, 2000). The Natural Key to Religion: From the Ancient Greeks to the Twenty-First Century. American Academy of Religion Western Regional Meeting, Ecology Section (March 15, 1998). LOCAL Religion as a Dialog in Diversity. Keynote Address for the Fullerton Interfaith Ministerial Association Interfaith Religious Fair (September 8, 2013). The Varieties of Christianity. Fullerton Library. Town & Gown Series (September 11, 2012). Panelist on OC Insight. Confronting End-of-Life Issues. (Air date: June 25, 2011, KCET); Interview for news report on OC Insight. The Megachurches of Orange County. (Air date: June 4, 2011, KCET); Gay Margins Encircling Straight Lines: Gay Rights and Christianity. The Center, Orange County (May 14, 2009). Buddhism Lay Mission-Helpers, Los Angeles (February 27, 2008). Was Our Nation Founded as a Christian Nation? Americans United for Separation of Church and State, Orange County Chapter (February 16, 2008). Sign or Countersign? The Making of a Cathedral Lecture Series. Mount St. Mary s College, Los Angeles (February 24, 2001). Meeting of the Imminent God-with-us and the Transcendent God-beyond-us. Loyola Marymount University, Center for Pastoral Life, Liturgical Ministry Program (March 24, 2001). The Plurality and Exclusivity of Christian Liturgy through the Ages. Loyola Marymount University, Center for Pastoral Life, Liturgical Ministry Program (November 18, 2000). Lutherans and Catholics: Visible Signs of God s Presence. Lutheran-Roman Catholic Dialogue. Opening presentation and panel member (January 19, 2000). Ten Things to Remember about the Catechumenate Keynote Address. Catechumenate Team Ministries Day. Office for Worship. Diocese of Orange (January 15, 2000). Perspectives on the Hereafter. The Interfaith Council of South Orange County. Panel member (October 27, 1999). The Church Fathers: The Shaping of Doctrine through Prayer, Power and Politics. Claremont Graduate School of Theology (September 27, 1997; September 5, 1998; September 25, 1999). Disagreements Over Liturgical Issues: Can We Reach Consensus? Mount St. Mary s College, Los Angeles (July 22, 1999). Color Commentator for the live televised Installation of the third Catholic Bishop of Orange. (OCN) Orange County News Channel (September 3, 1998). The Rites of Christian Initiation of Adults. Deacon Candidates. Diocese of Orange (June 15-18, 1998). Ritual: Time to Reach the Transcendent. Mount St. Mary s College, Los Angeles (July 20, 1995). TEACHING EXPERIENCE WORLD RELIGIONS Religions of the World, CSU, Fullerton (Honors S 98, F 98, F 99, F 00, S 01; S 02, S 03, F 03, S 04, F 04, S 05, F05, S 06, F 06, S 07, F 07, F 07 WEB, F 08, S 09, S 09 WEB, F 09, F 09 WEB, S 10 WEB, F 10 WEB, S 11 WEB, F 11 WEB, F12). CHRISTIAN THOUGHT History and Development of Christian Thought: From the Beginning to 1274, CSU, Fullerton (S 97, S 99, F 99, F 00, S 01, F 01, S 02, Sum 03, S 04, S 05). History and Development of Christian Thought: From 1275 to the Present, CSU, Fullerton (F 97, S 98, F 98, S 00, Sum 02, Sum 07, F 10, F 12). Introduction to Christianity, CSU, Fullerton (S 00, S 05, Sum 06, Sum 08, Sum 11 WEB, F 11 WEB, S 12 WEB, Sum 12 WEB, F 12 WEB, S 13 WEB, F13 WEB, S14 WEB, Sum 14 WEB). Catholicism, CSU, Fullerton (F 02, F 03, F 04, F 11). Introduction to the New Testament, CSU, Fullerton (F 04, F 06, S 13 WEB, F13 WEB, S14 WEB, S15 WEB).

6 Levesque 6 of 6 GENERAL RELIGIOUS STUDIES Methods of Studying Religion, CSU, Fullerton (F 02, F 03, F 04, F 05, F 06, F 07, F 09). Religion and Politics in the USA, CSU, Fullerton, (S 04, F 05, S 07, F 08). Senior Seminar: The Existence of God, CSU, Fullerton (S 06, S 10, S 12). SOCIAL SCIENCES Liberal Studies in the Social Sciences, CSU, Fullerton (F 99, S 00, F 00, S 01). Senior Seminar in Gender Studies, CSU, Fullerton (F 00, S 01, F 01, S 02, F 02, S 03, F 03). RITUAL AND WORSHIP Current Liturgical Issues, Mount St. Mary's College (F 97). Reconciliation and Anointing, Mount St. Mary's College (Sum 97). Foundations of Liturgical Studies, Mount St. Mary's College (Sum 93, S 96). The Liturgical Year, Mount St. Mary's College (Sum 1993, Sum 95). Rituals of Christian Initiation, Orange Catechetical Institute (Fall 91, Sum 92, Sum 96, Sum 98). TEACHING POSITIONS Professor, Department of Comparative Religion, California State University, Fullerton (Fall 2012-Fall 2014). Associate Professor, Department of Comparative Religion, California State University, Fullerton (Fall 2007-Fall 2012). Assistant Professor, Department of Comparative Religion, California State University, Fullerton (Fall 2001-Fall 2007). Lecturer, (full-time) Liberal Studies Program, California State University, Fullerton (Fall 2000-June 2001). Lecturer, (part-time) Liberal Studies Program, California State University, Fullerton (Fall 1999-June 2000). Lecturer, (part-time) Department of Comparative Religion, California State University, Fullerton (Spring June 2000). Adjunct Professor, Graduate Religious Studies, Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles, CA (Summer ). ADDITONAL ADMINISTRATIVE & SERVICE POSITIONS Associate Pastor, St. Nicholas Parish, Laguna Hills, CA. ( ). Associate Pastor, St. Anthony Claret Parish, Anaheim, CA. ( ). Associate Pastor, St. John Neumann Parish, Irvine, CA. ( ). Member, Diocese of Orange Liturgical Commission ( ). Member, Diocese of Orange Adult Education Advisory Board ( ). Member, Diocese of Orange Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs Commission ( ). External Co-Reviewer of Cal State L.A. GE Program (January 2006). Co-Chair, Education and Workshops section, American Academy of Religion/Western Region ( ).