Mark C. Taylor to discuss the Crisis of the University @ UNT | Philosophy & Religion

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February 15, 2011

Mark C. Taylor to discuss the Crisis of the University @ UNT

Taylor will be delivering two public talks and participating with students and junior faculty in a roundtable:

  • TUE Feb 22: PHIL Undergrad Speaker Series: “Three Kinds of Philosophy of Religion” in ENV 115 @ 3:30pm
     
  • WED Feb 23: Professional Development Roundtable with Grad Students & Junior Faculty in ENV 320A @ 10:00 am (seating limited; RSVP Keith.Brown@unt.edu)
     
  • THU Feb 24: Future of the University Series: “Restructuring Education: The Turning Point in the Crisis of the Universities” in ENV 110 @ 5:30pm

Mark C. Taylor is the Chair of the Department of Religion. A leading figure in debates about post-modernism, Taylor has written on topics ranging from philosophy, religion, literature, art and architecture to education, media, science, technology and economics. Taylor received a Doktorgrad (Philosophy) from the University of Copenhagen in 1981, a Ph.D. in religion from Harvard in 1997, and a B.A. from Wesleyan University in 1968.
You can visit Taylor's website HERE