Dr. Sarah LaRose
Adjunct Faculty, SOTCM
Sarah LaRose has been adjunct faculty at Anderson University since 2015. She teaches both Hebrew and Greek.
Dr. LaRose’s research interests include strategies for inclusion and equity in the biblical language class; disability and biblical theology; and reconciliation with excluded populations in church ministry and discipleship.
Dr. LaRose is active within the disability community in various ways. Along with two other biblical studies scholars, she received the Jacob Bolotin Award from the National Federation of the Blind in recognition of innovative achievement in improving access to biblical language texts and tools.
Dr. LaRose’s publications and presentations include:
LaRose, Sarah. 2022, “Meeting the Needs of Neurodivergent and Disabled Learners in the Digital Classroom: Barriers and Opportunities,” 15th International conference on E-Learning and Innovative Pedagogies, Taiwan.
LaRose, Sarah. 2020, “Breaking the Powers of Silence and Exclusion: Empowering People with Disabilities for Discipleship,” The Wesleyan Theological Society, Kansas City, MO, March 6,
LaRose, Sarah. 2017, “Audio Materials in the Teaching of Biblical Hebrew to Students Who Are Blind: Challenges and Strategies,” International conference on Hebrew Language, Literature and Culture, National Association of Professors of Hebrew, New York, New York, June 29.
LaRose, Sarah and Lauren Tuchman. 2011, “Using Technology to Meet the Needs of Biblical Scholars Who Are Blind,” Society of Biblical Literature annual conference, San Francisco, November 20.
LaRose, Sarah Blake. “Reaching Out and Bringing In: Education, Evangelism, and the Nurture of Christian Faith,” in Discipleship that Transforms, 2nd ed., ed. John H. Aukerman. Anderson, IN: Warner Press, 2015.
LaRose, Sarah Blake. “Multiple Intelligences in Christian Discipleship,” in Discipleship that Transforms, 2nd ed., ed. John H. Aukerman. Anderson, IN: Warner Press, 2015.
LaRose, Sarah Blake. “Meeting Special Needs in the Christian Educational Setting,” in Discipleship that Transforms, 2nd ed., ed. John H. Aukerman. Anderson, IN: Warner Press, 2015.
LaRose, Sarah Blake. “Educational Controversies in the History of Anderson University.” Monograph for the Courtney Series in Christian Education, Anderson University School of Theology, 2009, http://www.anderson.edu/sites/default/files/migrate/sot/courtney/controversies.pdf.
B.A. in psychology, Stephen F. Austin State University, 1999
M.Div., Anderson University School of Theology, 2009
D.Min., Anderson University School of Theology, 2019