Violence or Non-Violence? Gandhi and Fanon on International Conflict

Non-Violence or Violence?¬†Gandhi and Fanon on International Conflict Tal Correm, Ph.D. Department of Philosophy and ReligionRutgers University, Camden Tuesday October 14, 2014, 12:30-1:20 p.m. 429 Cooper Street, Room 104 Free pizza and soda All students and faculty welcome Popular struggles for freedom, such as struggles for self-determination or ones for expanded civil and human rights … Read more Violence or Non-Violence? Gandhi and Fanon on International Conflict

What Do Philosophers Do?

An interesting article in the Atlantic magazine:   http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2014/07/what-do-philosophers-do/374036/

Welcome to Dr. Nicole Karapanagiotis

The Department of Philosophy and Religion extends a warm welcome to our newest faculty member, Dr. Nicole Karapanagiotis, Assistant Professor of Religion. Dr. Karapanagiotis joins the Department in Fall 2015 as a specialist in Hinduism, ritual, and technology. She is currently writing a book entitled Does Cyber-Smoke Reach the Gods? Online Hinduism and the Tensions … Read more Welcome to Dr. Nicole Karapanagiotis

Open House

Wednesday, October 2, 2013, from 12:10-1:10 PM in the Seminar Room in 429 Cooper Street. Meet new faculty in history and philosophy, hear about upcoming events, and give us ideas about classes and topics that you’d be interested in seeing developed on campus. This is a great opportunity to get to know students and faculty … Read more Open House