Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies
The Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies is committed to a view of the liberal arts as a path towards liberation. Through our teaching, research, and service to the community, we help (a) articulate a vision for a better world and (b) provide the reflective skills necessary to achieve that world. As a department situated at an HBCU, this includes explicitly -and especally- a commitment to racial justice and the liberation of Black people everywhere. Our commitment and values are aligned with the University's strategic plan and core values that reflect a commitment to diversity, inclusion, and innovation.
What are our hopes and dreams?
To become a premier Philosophy and Religious Studies department at an HBCU; one serving as a model for how these disciplines are taught in a fashion that inspires students to imagine and achieve a more socially and epistemically just society.
What problems are we solving for the greater good?
- Pervasive system, social and epistemic injustice.
Who and what are we inspiring to change?
- Students by preparing them to become critical leaders for dismantling structures of injustice.
- The disciplines of Philosophy and Religious Studies.
- A socially and epistemically unjust society.
Holmes Hall 309
Morgan State University
1700 East Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, Maryland 21251