Christina Gschwandtner
Christina Gschwandtner

Christina (Crina) Gschwandtner, a 1996 graduate of ENC majoring in History and Religion, is an associate professor in the Philosophy Department at Fordham University. After earning an M.A .in Theology at Nazarene Theological College/University of Manchester in 1997 and an M.A. in Philosophy at Boston College in 1999, went on to receive two doctorates: in philosophy from DePaul University in 2003 and in theology from the University of Durham in 2012. She has written the scores of articles and essays in the Continental philosophy of religion and two books (with more coming): Reading Marion: Exceeding Metaphysics (Indiana University Press, 2007) and Postmodern Apologetics? Arguments for God in Contemporary Philosophy (Fordham University Press, 2012).
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