Kenneth J. Surin
Professor of Literature
(Ph.D. Birmingham, England, 1977) is Professor of Literature and Professor of Religion and Critical Theory. He trained initially as an analytical philosopher. His teaching areas include anglophone literatures outside England, philosophy (both analytical and continental), critical theory, marxism, state theory, and international political economy.
- Ph.D., University of Birmingham 1977
- B.A., University of Reading (England) 1972
Surin, KJ. "A Certain 'Politics of Speech': Religious Pluralism in the Age of the McDonald's Hamburger." Modern Theology [UK] 7 (1990): 67-100.
Surin, KJ. "Towards a 'Materialist' Critique of 'Religious Pluralism': A Polemical Examination of the Discourse of John Hick and Wilfred Cantwell Smith." The Thomist [USA] 53 (1989): 655-674.
Surin, KJ. "Many Religions and the One True Faith: An Examination of Lindbeck's Chapter Three." Modern Theology 4 (1988): 187-208.
SURIN, KENNETH. "THE TRINITY AND PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTION: A STUDY OF DAVID BROWN'S THE DIVINE TRINITY." Modern Theology 2.3 (April 1986): 235-256. Full Text
Surin, KJ. "Christology, Tragedy and "Ideology"." The Thomist [USA] 89 (1986): 283-291. (Academic Article)
Surin, KJ. "The Trinity and Philosophical Reflection." Modern Theology 2 (1986): 235-256. (Academic Article)
Surin, KJ. "Contemptus Mundi and the Disenchantment of the World: Bonhoeffer's 'Discipline of the Secret' and Adorno's 'Strategy of Hibernation'." Journal of the American Academy of Religion 53 (1985): 383-410.
Surin, KJ. "Theistic Arguments and Rational Theism." The International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion [USA] 16 (1984): 128-138. (Academic Article)
Surin, KJ. "Atonement and Moral Apocalypticism." New Blackfriars [UK] 64 (1983): 323-335. (Academic Article)