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William Creighton Peden, III (1935–2016)

William Creighton Peden, III (1935–2016) illiam creighton Peden, iii was born July 25, 1935 in concord, north carolina. he received a b.A. from davidson college in 1957, an m.A. in Theology in 1960 and an m.A. in divinity in 1962 from the university of chicago, and a Ph.d. in 1965 from st. Andrews university, scotland. Peden was the fuller e. callaway Professor of Philosophy at Augusta university, where he remained in residence until 1990. At Augusta, he designed and directed the cullum Third World culture Program, which was selected in 1979 as one of the ten most innovative programs by the American Association of state colleges and universities. he was the founding executive director of the georgia consortium for international education (1970­1973), served on state and national panels for the national endowment for the humanities and the Arts, and received numerous research and travel grants. he retired in August of 2008 after twenty-one years as president of the highlands institute for American religious and Philosophical Thought. Peden was a member of Phi Kappa Phi, the American Philosophical Association, the American Academy of religion, the north American society for social Philosophy, and a fellow of the society of Philosophers in America. he chaired fifteen http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Theology & Philosophy University of Illinois Press

William Creighton Peden, III (1935–2016)

American Journal of Theology & Philosophy , Volume 37 (3) – Nov 30, 2016

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illiam creighton Peden, iii was born July 25, 1935 in concord, north carolina. he received a b.A. from davidson college in 1957, an m.A. in Theology in 1960 and an m.A. in divinity in 1962 from the university of chicago, and a Ph.d. in 1965 from st. Andrews university, scotland. Peden was the fuller e. callaway Professor of Philosophy at Augusta university, where he remained in residence until 1990. At Augusta, he designed and directed the cullum Third World culture Program, which was selected in 1979 as one of the ten most innovative programs by the American Association of state colleges and universities. he was the founding executive director of the georgia consortium for international education (1970­1973), served on state and national panels for the national endowment for the humanities and the Arts, and received numerous research and travel grants. he retired in August of 2008 after twenty-one years as president of the highlands institute for American religious and Philosophical Thought. Peden was a member of Phi Kappa Phi, the American Philosophical Association, the American Academy of religion, the north American society for social Philosophy, and a fellow of the society of Philosophers in America. he chaired fifteen

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American Journal of Theology & PhilosophyUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Nov 30, 2016

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