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About Derek Michaud

Derek Michaud specializes in philosophy of religion, the history of philosophy, and philosophical theology. He teaches introductory ethics, religious studies, theology, and general philosophy as well as advanced moral theory, philosophy of religion, philosophical theology, historical theology, and history of philosophy. His research explores the intersection of early modern science, philosophy, and theology in the 17th century Cambridge Platonist John Smith.

Positions

September 2018 - Present Lecturer, University of Maine Department of Philosophy
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September 2015 - June 2018 Adjunct Lecturer, University of Maine Department of Philosophy
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2012 - 2017 Adjunct Lecturer, University of Southern Maine ‐ Department of Philosophy
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Curriculum Vitae




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Professional Service and Affiliations

2018 - Present Faculty Member, Phi Sigma Tau
2015 - Present Member, Council for Research in Values and Philosophy
2012 - Present Member, American Philosophical Association
2012 - Present Member, Centre for Research on Religion, McGill University
2011 - Present Member, Metaphysical Society of America
2011 - Present Member, Renaissance Society of America
2010 - Present Member, International Society for Neoplatonic Studies
2000 - Present Member, American Academy of Religion
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Courses

  • PHI 230 Ethics
  • PHI 105 Introduction to Religious Studies
  • PHI 104 Existentialism and Literature
  • PHI 103 Methods of Reasoning
  • PHI 102 Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHI 100 Contemporary Moral Problems

Education

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2015 PhD, Philosophical Theology, Boston University ‐ Graduate Division of Religious Studies
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2003 STM, Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics, Boston University ‐ School of Theology
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2001 MA, Comparative Theology, Bangor Theological Seminary
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1999 BA, Psychology, University of Maine ‐ College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
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Book (1)

Book Reviews (7)

Conference Papers (3)

Contributions to Books (3)

Articles (2)