Director's Address


  • Garth W. Green McGill University


Author Biography

Garth W. Green, McGill University

Garth W. Green, J. W. McConnell Professor of Philosphy of Religion and the Director of the School of Religious Studies at McGill University, specializes in the philosophy of religion, philsophical theology, Christian Neo-Platonism, German Idealism, and French Phenomenology. He holds a MA in Religoius Studies (Boston University) and Philosophy (Leuven), as well as a PhD in Philosophy of Religion (Boston University). After holding graduate fellowships and research positions at the Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen (Austria), the University of Leuven (Belgium), the Institut Catholique de Paris (France), and the Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici (Italy), he took an Assistant Professorship at Boston University and then an Associate Professorship at McGill in 2011. In 2017 he became the J. W. McConnell Professor of Philosophy of Religion, and in 2018 the Director of the School of Religious Studies. In 2019 he founded, alongside Jean Grondin and Sean McGrath, the Canadian Society for Philosophy of Religion/Sociéte canadienne de philosophie de la religion, and in 2021, with George di Giovanni, he founded a new series with McGill-Queen’s Univeristy Press entitled Studies in the Philosophy of Religion.




How to Cite

Green, G. W. (2023). Director’s Address. Arc: The Journal of the School of Religious Studies, 50(1), xv–xxiii.