Bradley Herling received his Ph.D. from Boston University with a specialization in Philosophy of Religion. Before his appointment at Marymount Manhattan, he taught at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, Emerson College, and Boston University. 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.
Chair of the Division of Humanities & Social Sciences
B.A., Wesleyan University
Ph.D., Boston University
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