Ph.D. in Religion, Syracuse University, 2012
M.A. in Philosophy, University of Denver, 2005
M.A. in Religion, University of Denver, 2005
B.A. in Journalism, Colorado State University, 2002
Francis Sanzaro is a Visiting Lecturer at Morgan State University. He joined the department in 2012, and teaches World Religions and Philosophy of Religion. Previously he taught at Syracuse University as a part-time instructor in the areas of religion, philosophy and art. His research interests are Continental philosophy of religion, world religions, aesthetics and historical philosophy and theology.Selected Publications
BooksThe Boulder: Movement, Art and Philosophy. Stone Country Press, UK. (Forthcoming 2013)
Articles"Altar to an Unknown God-Daniel Siedell's God in the Gallery," in Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory 10.3 (Summer 2010): 140-147.
"A Review of Francis Bacon: A Centenary Review at the Metropolitan Museum of Art" in Comparative and Continental Philosophy vol. 1 no. 2 (2009): 279-285.
"Darshan as Mode and Critique of Perception: Hinduism's Liberatory Model of Visuality," in Axis Mundi (Fall 2007): 1-24.