About

Welcome to my personal website. Here's where I share my works.

A little about myself: I'm a PhD student in Religion & Society at Princeton Theological Seminary and lecturer in the Humanities Council and Program in Linguistics at Princeton University. Previously, I served as Assistant Professor of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies at Bethel University and pastored three different Deaf churches. My research interests include liberation/political theology, decolonial/postcolonial theory, critical geography, and Deaf studies. I hold a BA in Biblical & Theological Studies and Classical Languages from Wheaton College and an MDiv and ThM from Princeton Theological Seminary.

In addition, I'm a Certified Deaf Interpreter and ASL-English translator. I also travel preforming my ASL literary works and speaking on different topics. I live in Princeton, NJ with my wife and three daughters.

If you have any questions or are interested in inviting me to talk to your group, please feel free to email me at ndbuchholz7@gmail.com.


Curriculum Vitae

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