Dr. Courtney Dorroll
Associate Professor of Religion
Dr. Courtney Dorroll is a co-coordinator of the college’s Middle Eastern/Northern African Studies (MENA) program. She teaches courses on Middle Eastern studies as well as ethnography and self-care, and she dedicates her scholarly studies to the scholarship of teaching and learning, finding ways to make classrooms more inclusive and sustainable, and self-care as a form of leadership and a pedagogical approach. She received her B.A. from Purdue University, her M.A. from Indiana University and her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona. During Interim, Dorroll teaches a course called “Stories of Spartanburg,” which she says leaves her prouder and more enamored with the city each and every time. She enjoys yoga, mindful meditation, walking and quality time with her toddler, Liv.