Published Works:
Public Speaking:
Rabbi Charles David Isbell, Ph. D.
Copyright 2011 Rabbi Charles David Isbell, Ph. D.. All rights reserved.
Courses developed and/or taught at LSU:
Religious Studies 1004: Old Testament
Religious Studies 1001/1002: Beginning Hebrew
Religious Studies 2003/2004: Intermediate Hebrew
Religious Studies 2029: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Religious Studies 3100: Judaism
Religious Studies 3101: American Judaism
Religious Studies 3104: Ancient Hebrew Prophets
Religious Studies 4010: The History of Anti-Semitism
Religious Studies 4010: Modern Jewish Literature

Internet course developed at Gratz College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The “Exodus” Theme in Biblical Narrative (Adjunct Professor, Fall 2004)

Teaching Award:
LSU Faculty Honor Roll, Spring, 2002

Dissertation and Thesis Committees:
LSU Dean’s representative for Melanie Green.
Nazarene Theological Seminary member of four dissertation committees
University of Massachusetts member of one dissertation and five M. A.

Professional Experience:
Louisiana State University, Assistant Professor, 2004-present
Louisiana State University, Instructor, 2001-2004
Louisiana State University, Adjunct,1996-2001
Ecumenical Theological Seminary, Professor, 1991-1993
Nazarene Theological Seminary, Professor, 1978-1980
Nazarene Theological Seminary, Associate Professor, 1976-1978
University of Massachusetts, Associate Professor, 1974-1976
University of Massachusetts, Assistant Professor, 1972-1974
Brandeis University, Instructor [part time], 1971
Nazarene Theological Seminary, Instructor, 1967-1970

Ph.D. Hebrew and Judaic Studies, Brandeis University, 1973
B. D. Biblical Studies, Nazarene Theological Seminary, 1970
M.A. Religion, Bethany College, 1967
A.B. Religion, Classics, Bethany College, 1966
Louisiana State University
Department of Religious Studies, 107 Coates Hall
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-3901