TEDxUTSC | In Defence of Un-Knowing
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In Defence of Un-Knowing

Sarah Kleeb

About This Project

Sarah Lynn Kleeb received her PhD (Religion) in August 2015, and currently teaches humanities courses at the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus. Sarah’s doctoral thesis, Gustavo Gutiérrez’s Notion of “Liberation” and the Legacy of Marx’s “Ruthless Criticism”, critically examines connections between religious belief and (social, political, economic) dissent, particularly as manifest in Gustavo Gutiérrez’s liberation theology. Sarah lives to teach, and is passionate about fostering critical thinking and rigorous questioning in her students. Her teaching methodology approaches students as citizens in a vastly complex and diverse world, stressing the opportunity questioning brings for imagining society from a multiplicity of worldviews


January 30, 2016

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