Meet the Department of Philosophy & Religion faculty and staff.
B.A. Loyola University Chicago
M.A. University of Chicago
Ph.D. University of Chicago
Research interests: Buddhist Philosophy, Psychoanalysis and Religion, Semiotics (Theory of Signs).
Courses: Asian Religions, Buddhist Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, Psychological Theories of Religion, Religion and Film.
B.A. California State University at Hayward
M.A. San Fransisco State University
Ph.D. Graduate Theological Union
Research interests: The philosophy of Rosenzweig; Concepts of love, eros, the body, and forgiveness in Jewish thought.
Courses: Jewish Life and Thought; Religion and the Body; Women and Religion; Modern and Contemporary Jewish thought.
Greenberg has lectured nationally and internationally, has served as co-chair of the studies of Judaism section of the American Academy of Religion and is on the editorial board of the Journal of the American Academy of Religion. A native of Israel, she has been a very active voice and presence in the religious and spiritual life of the Central Florida community. She has been a visiting scholar at the Center for Jewish Studies at Harvard and, in spring 2001, was a visiting scholar at the Centre for Jewish Studies at Oxford University.
B.Phil. Miami University (Ohio)
M.A. Northwestern University
Ph.D. Northwestern University
Research interests: Human Rights and Globalization: Feminist Theory and Gender Issues; 20th Century French Philosophy.
Courses: Women and Globalization; Gender, Rights, and Relativism; Feminist Theory; Foucault Seminar.
B.A. Mary Washington College
M.A. Purdue University
Ph.D. Purdue University
Research Interests: Philosophy of Law, Social and Political Philosophy, Aesthetics, Feminist Theory.
Courses: Ethics (theoretical and applied); Aesthetics; Sociopolitical and Legal Philosophy; Feminist Philosophy.
B.A. Los Angeles Baptist College
M.A. San Diego State University
Ph.D. University of Toronto
Research interests: Ancient Philosophy and Science, Stoicism, Philosophy of Media.
Courses: Early Western Philosophy, The Pursuit of the Good Life (Classsical Ethics), Argumentation and Media Manipulation.
B.A. Pennsylvania State University
M.A. Ohio University
M.A. University of Kentucky
Ph.D. University of Kentucky
Research Interests: Philosophy of Law, Political Philosophy, Ethics, and Human Rights.
Courses: Logic, Philosophy of Science, African Philosophy, History of Philosophy (17th-19th Century).
B.A. Lipscomb University
M.Div. Union Theological Seminary
Th.M. Princeton Theological Seminary
Ph.D. Columbia University.
Research interests: Early Christianity, Byzantine Hagiography, Syriac, Islam, Mysticism, Gender, Poverty, and Extremes in Religion.
Courses: Christianity: Thought and Practice; Islam: History and Beliefs; New Testament; Sex, Violence, and Religion; Food, Poverty, Social Justice; Mysticism: East and West.