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Matusek and English Awarded at North American Undergraduate Conference in Religion and Philosophy
04.01.14 |
Two Lebanon Valley College students were recognized at the seventh annual North American Undergraduate Conference in Religion and Philosophy hosted at LVC on March 21. Students from all over the country gathered to present their papers on various religious and philosophical topics, including “Exploring Epistemologies of Racial Ignorance: Why Race Matters for the 21st Century” and “The Linguistics Limits of Race and Religion.”

Dylan Matusek, a senior philosophy major with a political science minor, was awarded first place for the second consecutive year for his paper titled “Language, Strength, and Violence in J. Kameron Carter’s Exclusive Theology.” Megan English, a sophomore actuarial science major with a religion minor, was awarded third place for her paper titled “Suffering and Redemption: A Christian Mechanism Working in a Racist America.”

Matusek and English also presented their papers at “Democracy Realized?”, a conference at Allegheny College on March 28-29. These students have been working on their papers as part of the “Race and Religion” symposium class and will have the opportunity to present their papers to Dr. J. Kameron Carter, the primary author referenced in the symposium, on April 1 at 4 p.m. in the Bishop Library Atrium. 

View more photos from this event on the Facebook page for the LVC Department of Religion and Philosophy.

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