Communication Studies Faculty
Eric Michael Dale, PhD
Part Time Faculty (2007)
B.M. University of Central Arkansas, M.T.S. Harvard University, Ph.D. Boston University
Dr. Dale is affiliated faculty professor teaching courses in philosophy and religion.
Dr. Dale is a specialist in German continental philosophy of the 18th-20th centuries and an expert on religious philosophy in multiple cultures (classical Confucian and Neoconfucian, medieval Muslim, modern Protestant and Catholic nouvelle théologie).
Cambridge University Press will be publishing his first book, Hegel, the End of History, and the Future in late 2013 or early 2014.
He is a former visiting fellow at the Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen in Vienna, Austria.
Faculty experts can comment on the upcoming 2013 Boston mayoral race as well as a range of political stories, including initial coverage and ongoing developments leading up to the Massachusetts gubernatorial race in November 2014.
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Dr. Richard West learned that his co-edited anthology ("Sourcebook of Family Communication"/Sage Publications) was selected as the Outstanding Book for the Family Communication Division. The Division, one of the largest units in the National Communication Association (NCA), selects a book each year that represents "exemplary scholarship" as it relates to the family and all of its various issues, themes, and challenges. The award will be presented at NCA"s annual convention in Washington D.C. in November. The book is co-edited with Lynn Turner (Marquette University), who, like West, is a past President of NCA.