Jamin Andreas Hübner is a scholar of religion, as well as an economist, activist, and cultural commentator.
Dr. Jamin Andreas Hübner (BA Theology; MA Religion; MS Applied Economics; ThD Systematic Theology) is a scholar of religion, as well as an economist, activist, and cultural commentator. He currently serves as a professor of economics at the University of the People, a Research Fellow for the Center of Faith and Human Flourishing at LCC International University (Klaipėda, Lithuania), and the co-owner and manager of several businesses. Throughout his career he has served as an econ professor at Western Dakota Technical Institute, and an Associate Professor of Christian Studies, Dean, and Director of Institutional Effectiveness in liberal arts higher ed. Hübner’s writing and research has been published by Wiley-Blackwell, University of Toronto Press, the American Academy of Religion, Eisenbrauns, SAGE, and other scholarly venues in a variety of fields spanning the humanities and social sciences. He has also served on a variety of boards, program committees and as a referee and editor for several academic journals.
With Jessica, a licensed psychotherapist and vintage reseller, they make their home in the (stolen) Black Hills of South Dakota alongside their two rescue dogs, Shosta and ζωή, and two tarantulas, Qoheleth and Hevel. They enjoy reading, thrifting, hiking, rock climbing, tea and coffee, and Jamin in particular enjoys table tennis, gardening, and writing.