School of Global Studies
School of Management and Information Sciences
MA., Scarritt College, MA., Yale University, Ph.D., Boston University. Dr. Murata-Soraci has taught at Vanderbilt University, at University of Alabama, at Union Theological Seminary (NYC), at Boston University, at Emerson College, and at Belmont University in the United States. She was a Fellow at Boston University Institute of Philosophy and Religion, a Visiting Scholar at Vanderbilt University Philosophy Department, and a Research Fellow at University of Massachusetts E. K. Shriver Center. Publications include Re-Marking the beyond: A Study of Difference, Translation, and Transference in Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Derrida, and Visual Information Processing (Co-editor), and the articles in the philosophical and religious journals as well as in the conference proceedings. Her research and teaching interests are 19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy, Ethics, and Asian Philosophy.
Category of the Person, Global Ethics, Art & Value, Self & Japanese Culture, Asian Religions in Dialogue, Aesthetics of East Asia.