Anne M. Carpenter


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Assistant Professor of Theology

Much of my work focuses on the intersection between the symbolic worlds of art, especially poetry, and the rigors of philosophy, especially Thomistic metaphysics and Blondelian analysis. Other areas of interest include monasticism, as in the history and theology of the Benedictines; the nature and purpose of church tradition; the relationship between language and meaning; Trinitarian theology and its relationship to history, time, and freedom. I have also done work on liberal arts tradition and its possibilities in both scholarship and in college education.

School of Liberal Arts ┬╗ Theology and Religious Studies
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