Donald B. Kraybill, Ph.D.

Distinguished College Professor and Senior Fellow,
Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies
Joint appt., Sociology and Religious Studies departments

The Young Center, Elizabethtown College
One Alpha Drive, Elizabethtown, PA 17022

Email:      Fax: 717-361-1443

Curriculum Vita [pdf]



Current and Recent Research

Young Center Books:
Johns Hopkins Press

Young Center for Anabaptist  and Pietist Studies

Amish Studies web site



Professor Kraybill teaches courses in sociology and religious studies as well as an occasional First Year Seminar.

In the fall semester, he typically teaches an honors sociology course, HSOC 224: The Amish in Modern Society, which provides an overview of Amish society in North America. HSOC 224 syllabus [pdf]

In the spring semester, Kraybill normally teaches an honors course in religion, HREL 285: Amish, Brethren, and Mennonites in the US since 1860. This interdisciplinary course examines the experience of these three Anabaptist groups in the context of American culture since 1860.
HREL 285 syllabus [pdf]