- Imam Khattab Lecture in Islamic Studies
- Murray-Bacik Lecture in Catholic Studies
- Philip Markoxicz Lecture in Jewish Biblical Studies
- Mahatma Gandhi Lecture for Peace and Non-Violence
- Jewish Crhistian Muslim Dialogue
- Religious Studies Forum
Ovamir Anjum, Ph.D.
Peter Feldmeier, Ph.D.
Murray/Bacik Professor of Catholic Studies
Office:UH 4630B, Mail Stop:966
Jeanine Diller, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Religious Understanding
Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy and Program on Religious Studies
University Hall 4700B, Mail Stop 966
University of Toledo
2801 W. Bancroft
Toledo, OH 43606
firstname.lastname@example.org (best way to reach me)
419-530-6187 (my office, rings to my email if I don't answer), 419-530-6190 (department office)
For more on UT's Center for Religious Understanding:
Jeanine Diller is an assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy and Program on Religious Studies and Director of the Center for Religious Understanding at the University of Toledo, with a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Michigan specializing in philosophy of religion. She teaches and researches in philosophy of religion and religious studies, concentrating especially on the nature of ultimate reality, the diversity of traditional and secular views of religion, and the power of religion to change the world for ill and for good. She co-edited Models of God and Other Alternative Ultimate Realities (Springer 2013), authored several articles, and served as a Fellow in the American Academy/Luce Seminar on Comparative Theology and Theologies of Religious Pluralism. She has also engaged in poverty reduction work in the federal legislative, state executive, and international and local non-profit sectors. She lives in Ann Arbor with her husband and two sons.
Courses: Philosophy of Religion (PHIL/REL 3750), World Religions (REL 1220 and new hybrid version), Religion, Violence & Community (PHIL 4900/5920, REL 4980, LST 4900)