Conference Update

14 May

The Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Network is happy to announce a third plenary for the 1st annual Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Conference, “Approaching the Liminal: Pushing the Boundaries of Continental Philosophy.” Dr. Aimee Light of Duquesne’s Theology Department specializes in theology of religions and comparative theology, as well as feminist theologies. She is the author of God at the Margins: Making Sense of Religious Plurality (Anselm: February 2014), co-author of the comparative approach to Hinduism featured in Pim Valkenberg’s World Religions in Dialogue: A Comparative Theological Approach and co-editor of Palgrave Macmillan’s new series Interreligious Studies in Theory and Practice, a series which will continue through 2018 and which features her own edited volume Identity and Exclusion.

We are very excited about our diverse speakers coming from philosophy, communications/rhetoric, and now theology. A perfect contribution to a conference centered on “pushing boundaries” and interdisciplinary work.

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