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Thomas Greene

Thomas Greene is a Ph.D. candidate at Florida State University studying comparative religious ethics. His dissertation is a comparative analysis of Catholic and Islamic liberation theologies. In addition, Thomas is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, having served in the Kyrgyz Republic from 2009-2010 and currently serves on the board of an international health and education nonprofit in Guatemala.



“But Since I Am an Iranian:” Ali Shari’ati and Experience as a Means to Liberation

“In his struggle against European and American imperialism, and even the post-colonial Pahlavi regime, he believed that the way to liberate oneself and one’s society is to turn inward towards the collective experiences that build a moral heritage of a culture.”