Kenneth Atkinson, Associate Professor
of Religion, Ph.D. Temple University.
Biblical studies, archaeology, ancient history, Dead Sea Scrolls,
Edgar Boedeker, Assistant Professor
of Philosophy, Ph.D. Northwestern University
Philosophy of language, Wittgenstein, phenomenology, history of
Harry Brod, Professor of Philosophy
and Humanities, Ph.D. University of California, San Diego
Gender Studies, Jewish Studies, social and political philosophy,
humanities, history of philosophy, applied ethics, feminism, Hegel.
A. Clayton, Associate Professor of Ethnic and Cultural Studies,
Ph.D. University of Iowa.
African-American culture, human relations, ethnic studies.
W. Clohesy, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Ph.D. New School
for Social Research.
Moral and political philosophy, German philosophy, American pragmatism,
A. DeBerg, Professor of Religion and Director of Campus Ministry
Studies Grant, Ph.D. Vanderbilt
Religion and culture in the United States, women and religion, history
Francis D. Degnin, Assistant Professor of Philosophy,
Bioethics and Continental Thought.
E. Hill, Associate Professor of Religion, Ph.D. University of Chicago.
Religion and literature, history of Christianity, feminism and gender
studies, queer studies.
G. Holland, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Ph.D. State University
of New York at Buffalo.
Ethics, history of philosophy, philosophy and literature, feminist theory.
Lahroodi, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Ph.D. University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Epistemology, philosophy of mind/psychology, moral psychology, metaphysics,
history of philosophy
J. Reineke, Professor of Religion, Ph.D. Vanderbilt University.
Feminist theory, religion and society, Existentialism, religion and
B. Robinson, Associate Professor of Religion, Ph.D. University of
Tibetan Buddhism, Asian religions, history of religions.
Jerome P. Soneson, Associate Professor
of Religion and Acting Department Head, Ph.D. Harvard University.
Theological ethics, philosophy of religion, process philosophy and theology,
American pragmatism, environmental ethics
Donna J. Wood, Professor of Business Ethics, Ph.D. Vanderbilt University.
Business ethics, business citizenship, international, corporate social
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