John Morgan, Ph.D.

John H. Morgan is the Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences and serves as Academic Advisor to graduate students.  He holds the Doctor of Philosophy from the Hartford Seminary, the Doctor of Science from the London College of Applied Science, and the Doctor of Psychology from Foundation House/Oxford where he is a Senior Fellow. He has held postdoctoral appointments at Harvard, Yale, and Princeton and has been a National Science Foundation Science Faculty Fellow at the University of Notre Dame. Dr. Morgan has taught for a number of years in the Oxford University summer theology program and in 1995 was appointed to their Board of Studies. In 2009, Dr. Morgan was named to the International Advisory Board of the Centre for the Study of Religion in Public Life at Oxford University and in 2010, he was appointed a Visiting Scholar in the Centre for Near Eastern Studies at New York University.  Most recently, Dr. Morgan has been named Visiting Scholar at Harvard University for the second time in his career.  C.V.


Books
Religious Affiliation
General Areas of Interests
  • 19th & 20th Century Philosophy
  • Theology and Culture
  • Sociology of Religion
  • Religion & the Social Sciences
  • Clinical Pastoral Psychotherapy
Specialized Areas
  • Philosophy & Psychology of Culture
  • Professionalization of Ministry
  • History & Philosophy of the Social Sciences
  • Classical Schools of Psychotherapy

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Areas of Service
E-Tutorial Offerings
(All of Dr. Morgan’s E-Tutorials may be taken as On-Site Tutorials as well.)
Each On-Site Tutorial is worth one Unit of Study. Students may schedule either one or two On-Site Tutorials during a five-day week.
Anyone wishing to register for an On-Site Tutorial should contact our offices to suggest dates and topics of interest.

Clinical Pastoral Psychotherapy E-Tutorials by Dr. John H. Morgan Video Introduction

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