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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┬áspecializes 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.