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Kristin Beise Kiblinger
Associate Professor, Religious Studies

Director, International Studies Minor

and Humanities Minor

Kinard Hall 324 (primary office)
803-323-4650 (primary phone)

Bancroft G07 (INTS office)

803-323-3018 (INTS phone)
kiblingerk@winthrop.edu

 

 


Selected Scholarship (Rev. 10/30/14):

 

       Buddhist Inclusivism: Attitudes Towards Religious Others (Ashgate, 2005)

 

       "Buddhist Stances Towards Others: Types, Examples, Considerations" in Schmidt-Leukel, ed.,

         Buddhist Attitudes to Other Religions (EOS Verlag, 2008)

 

       "Relating Theology of Religions and Comparative Theology" in Clooney, ed., The

         New Comparative Theology: Interreligious Insights From the Next Generation

 (Continuum, 2010)

 

        "Caputo's Ghosts, Vasubandhu's Illusions, and Comparative Theology as Hauntology," 

Annual Comparative Theology Invited Lecture, Center for the Study of World Religions,

Harvard University (October 19, 2011)

 

"From Ontological to Soteric," Postmetaphysical Comparative Theology Panel (organized and

presented), National American Academy of Religion Conference, San Francisco

 (November 20, 2011)

 

"Comparative Theology as Repeating with a Difference: Deconstruction, Yogacara Buddhism,

and our Conditioned Condition," in The Harvard Theological Review (accepted January 2013, forthcoming January 2015)

 

Review of Buddhist and Christian?: An Exploration of Dual Belonging by Rose Drew

for Modern Believing 54:3 (July 2013)

 

"After Deconstruction: A 'Weak' Theology of Religions?" an article for a felicitation volume

honoring Alan Race; ed. by Paul Hedges, Elizabeth Harris, and Shantikumar Hettiarachchi;

waiting on a few contributors' pieces before review with Brill Publishers (Currents of

Encounter Series)

 

"Comparative Theology and the Postmodern God of 'Perhaps'," for Comparative Theology:

Insights for Christian Systematic Reflection, ed. Michelle Voss Roberts, under review with

 Fordham University Press (Comparative Theology Series)

         

        

 


 fall 2014 office hours:

  • Monday 10:00 am- noon and Wednesday 11:00 am-noon in Kinard 324 (primary office); Wednesday 10:00 -11:00 am in Bancroft Annex G07 (International Studies office)

  • and by appointment


Classes offered in 2014-2015:

  • RELG 335: Buddhism (fall)

  • RELG 350/PEAC 350: Religion, Conflict, and Co-existence (spring)

  • RELG 300-001, 300-002: Intro to World Religions (fall and spring)

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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