Marymount Manhattan

Department of
Asian Studies Minor

Bradley Herling

Bradley Herling received his Ph.D. from Boston University with a specialization in Philosophy of Religion. Before Marymount Manhattan, he taught at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, Emerson College, and B.U., and his research interests include comparative philosophy of religion (especially the historical interchange between Germany and India); theory and method in the study of religion; religion, philosophy, and film; the problem of evil; and the challenge of religious extremism. Prof. Herling regularly teaches courses devoted to the religious traditions of Asia, philosophies of religion, and a variety of themes in the study of religion.

Prof. Herling discussing the Book of Job:

 

 


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Title/Position

Associate Professor of Religious Studies
Chair of the Division of Humanities & Social Sciences

Department

Philosophy and Religious Studies

Email

bherling@mmm.edu

Phone/Ext

646-393-4115

Degree(s)

B.A., Wesleyan University
Ph.D., Boston University

Recent Work

Teaching

Fall 2013 Classes

RS 120 Introduction to the Religions of Asia

RS 337 Buddhism

RS 346 Theory and Method in the Study of Religion