Dr. Anne Moore

Dr. Anne Moore, PhD

Pronouns: she/her


Associate Professor

Faculty of Arts , Department of History

Contact information

Phone number

Office: +1 (403) 220-3288


Educational Background

B.A. Religious Studies, University of Calgary, 1984

Doctor of Philosophy Religious Studies, Claremont Graduate University, 2004

M.A. Religious Studies, University of Calgary, 1989

M.A. Religious Studies, Claremont Graduate University, 1997


Areas of Research

Early Christianity

The development of Christianity from the time of Jesus Christ to approximately 600 CE

Participation in university strategic initiatives


Course number Course title Semester
HTST 203 LEC 01 01 The World to 1500 Fall 2022
HTST 376 Death in Western Culture Winter 2023
HTST 200 Events and Ideas that Shook the World: Empires Winter 2023
HTST 493.59 Middle Ages and Film Fall 2022


  • Student Union Teaching Excellent Award - Faculty of Arts, Univeristy of Calgary Students' Union . 2018
  • Students' Union Teaching Excellence Award: Faculty of Humanities, 2007
  • Fortress Press Prize for Innovative Teaching in an Undergraduate Setting in North America, 2006
  • Student's Union Teaching Excellence Award: Honorable Mention for the Faculty of Humantiies, 2006
  • Teaching Development Award, 2005
  • Teaching Nomination, Students' Union. 2005
  • Travel Award, Research Services. 2005
  • Teaching Development Award, 2004


  • Miéville, Godard and Dolto: The Psychoanalysis of Mary and Joseph. T & T Clark Handbook of Jesus and Film Ed. Richard Walsh. Bloomsbury Publishing. (2021)
  • Counting Errors of Understanding Filmic History. T & T Clark Companion to Bible and Film Ed. Richard Walsh. Bloomsbury Publishing. 36-28. (2018)
  • Jesus in the Longer Ending of Mark. Reception of Jesus in the First Three Centuries: From Paul to Josephus. Volume 1. Ed. Christine Jacobi. 187-196. (2019)
  • Days of Our Lives. Fakes, Forgeries and Fictions: Writing Ancient and Modern Apocrypha. Proceedings from the 2015 York University Apocrypha Symposium. 177-193. (2017)
  • Moving Beyond Symbol and Myth: Understanding the Kingship of God in the Hebrew Bible Through Metaphor. New York: Peter Lang. (2009)