After receiving her Ph.D. from the Graduate Theological Union in conjunction with the University of California-Berkeley, Nancy Frankenberry joined the Dartmouth faculty in 1977. In 1991 she received the Karen E. Wetterhahn Memorial Award for Distinguished Creative or Scholarly Achievement, and in 1995 she was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship.
She is the author or editor of five books, Religion and Radical Empiricism (1987), Interpreting Neville (1999), Language, Truth, and Religious Belief (1999), Radical Interpretation in Religion (2002), and The Faith of Scientists: In Their Own Words (2008), and has published some forty articles in scholarly books or journals. She is currently writing a book about American pragmatism.
A specialist in philosophy of religion, she teaches courses having to do with modern religious and anti-religious thought; reason and religious belief; science and religion; and gender and religion.
Winter 2014 - Summer 2014
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