Properzi received a BS in social work with a minor in psychology from BYU, a masters in theological studies from Harvard Divinity School (scripture and interpretation), an MPhil from Cambridge University (Peterhouse) in psychology and religion, a PhD in the study of religion (Mormon studies) from Durham University in the United Kingdom, and a post-doc diploma in interfaith dialogue (Catholicism and Islam) from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, Italy. He held a visiting assistant professorship at BYU for the year 2011–2012 prior to CFS-track hiring. He also taught as adjunct for two years at Utah Valley University in the Department of Philosophy and Humanities.
Books Edited by This Author
Articles by This Author
- Learning about Other Religions: False Obstacles and Rich Opportunities in Religious Educator Vol. 16 No. 1 · 2015
- In the Footsteps of Peter and Paul: Modern Pioneers in Italy in Religious Educator Vol. 17 No. 2 · 2016
- From Conflict to Collaboration: Mormons and Waldensians in Italy in The Worldwide Church