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David Buyze

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David Buyze is a university professor with over 20 years of experience in higher education. He has a deep understanding of historical and contemporary cultural and global challenges in cultivating innovative forms of awareness and civic engagement in coming up against personal, societal, political, and national inequities and forms of conflict.

His interdisciplinary intellectual and scholarly interests extend through the Americas to Europe, South Asia, Africa and the Middle East in focusing on issues of conflict, identity, race, gender, ethnicity, religion, globalization, nationalism and colonial/postcolonial paradigms. His thinking is deeply framed by critical theory, philosophy, literature and psychoanalysis as modes of inquiry, and he is particularly interested in cultural, social and political issues of marginalization and how existential, social, and national dimensions of liberation can occur within varied cultural forms of expression.


David earned his BA in English and Religion from Syracuse University, his Master of Arts in Religion from Syracuse University, and his PhD in Religion from the University of Toronto.