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About Cynthia Taylor

American historian Cynthia Taylor earned her PhD at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California, with a dissertation on civil rights activist A. Philip Randolph. She has been teaching in the Big History program at Dominican since it launched in 2010. With specific interest in topics ranging from liberation theologies and American religious history to Native American spirituality and feminist theory, Dr. Taylor applies her strong background in human history to our sweeping study of the universe.

Positions

2004 Present Assistant Professor, Dominican University of California Department of History
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Curriculum Vitae


Disciplines



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Courses

  • Social Justice and Service Learning
  • Global Feminisms
  • Big History
  • Liberation Theology
  • California History
  • American Religious History
  • American History

Education

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2003 Ph.D., Graduate Theological Union ‐ American Religious History
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1990 M.A., San Francisco State University ‐ American History
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1988 B.A., San Francisco State University ‐ American History
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Contact Information

Dominican University of California
50 Acacia Ave.
San Rafael, CA 94901

415.482.3584

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Books (1)

Book Reviews (5)

Contributions to Books (4)

Presentations (13)

Other (1)