The Richard W. Smith Lecture Series Presents:
Phil Zuckerman, Ph.D.
A Sociologist’s Research on the Lives of Atheists and Agnostics
Phil Zuckerman is a professor of sociology and secular studies at Pitzer College in Claremont, California. He is the author of several books, including Living the Secular Life (Penguin, 2014), Faith No More (Oxford, 2011), and Society Without God (NYU, 2008). He has also edited several books, including Atheism and Secularity (Praeger, 2010) and The Social Theory of W.E.B. Du Bois (Pine Forge, 2004). He writes a regular blog for Psychology Today titled “The Secular Life,” and he also writes for the Huffington Post. In 2011, Phil founded the first Secular Studies department in the nation.
Description of presentation:
This lecture will present a view of atheism in America from two perspectives. The personal perspective of atheists will address what life is like living in the United States as an open atheist or agnostic. The societal perspective will discuss how the general public, and segments of the public, view atheists and agnostics as members of society.
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