My teaching and research interests encompass philosophy of religion, Indian philosophy, religious studies, theology, literary studies, and Wittgenstein studies. My contributions to the Global-Critical Philosophy of Religion Project include a chapter on “Ethnographically Informed Philosophy of Religion in a Study of Assamese Goddess Worship” in the volume Global-Critical Philosophy of Religion: Perspectives and Approaches. In recent work, I exemplify an interdisciplinary approach to the philosophy of religion that he terms radical pluralism. I am especially interested in the use of narrative sources, poetry, and other art forms to expand the scope of philosophy of religion.
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