Heather Ohaneson

Heather C. Ohaneson received her Ph.D. from Columbia University in Philosophy of Religion, having earned her B.A. in Philosophy and Religion from Barnard College. After serving as the TOM Faculty Fellow in Columbia’s Core Curriculum, Dr. Ohaneson joined Azusa Pacific University as an Assistant Professor of Biblical and Religious Studies. She teaches in the University’s High Sierra program, which combines experiential, outdoors education with classical humanities courses. Her varied research interests include the philosophy of play and playfulness, nineteenth century philosophy (especially Kierkegaard), and Jewish philosophy (especially Rosenzweig).