Carol Wayne White is associate professor of Philosophy of Religion at Bucknell University. She has written numerous articles and the book, Poststructuralism, Feminism, and Religion: Triangulating Positions: Prof. White has received national awards and fellowships, including 1999-2001 Oxford Summer Fellowships in Religion and Science, a 1998 Science and Religion Course Award Program Development Grant (The John Templeton Foundation) and a 1997 NEH Fellowship, "Dialectical of Enlightenment: 50 Years Later."Boston University, Boston, MA. She also received a fellowship appointment at the Women Studies Research Center associated with the 5 College Consortium (Amherst, Smith, Mt. Holyoke, Hampshire, and UMass/Amherst). She is currently working on a book addressing the philosophical views of a 17th century philosopher, Anne Conway. Prof. White’s areas of teaching competence include Philosophy of Religion; Contemporary Religious Thought; Contemporary Constructive Theologies (Postmodern, Hermeneutical, Feminist, Process and Liberation); French Poststructuralist Philosophies; Philosophical Hermeneutics; Science and Religion.

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