Dr. Monique Moultrie is an Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Georgia State University. Her scholarly interests include sexual ethics, African American religions, and gender and sexuality studies. She has written Passionate and Pious: Religious Media and Black Women’s Sexuality (Duke University Press, 2017) and Hidden Histories: Faith and Black Lesbian Leadership (Duke University Press, March 2023) and is currently the co-principal investigator for “The Garden Initiative for Black Women’s Religious Activism.” Her current research is on reproductive justice and faith. Dr. Moultrie believes that people have callings on their lives that lead to fulfilling a greater purpose. She lives into her calling through a career that spans the academy and the Black church.
Dr. Moultrie holds her first published work, Passionate & Pious, at the American Academy of Religion. Click to learn more about her accomplishments and accolades.