Charlotte Neill, M.A.
Religion & Philosophy |
M.A./Ph.D. Candidate, College of Humanities (2018) – University of Exeter; Exeter, U.K.
M.A. in Islamic Studies (2004) – Luther Seminary; St. Paul, Minn
B.A. in History (1963) – University of Montana; Missoula, Mont.
Although, Charlotte began her professional life as a teacher, she spent many years working in sales and financial services. She became interested in Islam as a result of spending time in Cairo, Egypt with her daughter and her family. She received a master's degree in Islamic Studies from Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minn. in 2004. Subsequently, she taught a course called "Introduction to the Muslim World" at Waldorf in Forest City, Iowa. From 2010 to 2012, Charlotte studied Islam at Hartford Seminary in Hartford, Conn. where she also lived with Muslim women. She has taught courses on Islam in a variety of venues including the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Minnesota, Helena College Continuing Education, Helena, Mont., and several church forums.