Victoria S. Harrison (PhD, University of London 1997) is Professor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Macau, China. She was formerly Reader in Philosophy and Director of the Forum for Philosophy and Religion at the School of Humanities, University of Glasgow, Scotland. She joined the University of Glasgow in 2005 from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Her research interests focus on analytic philosophy of religion and, within that, on the philosophical problems generated by religious diversity. She also holds interests in classical Indian and Chinese philosophies. Her interests extend to the relationship between philosophy and museums and she is currently working on a project exploring the philosophical dimensions of the ways in which museums represent objects of interreligious or intercultural significance. She serves on the editorial boards of Religious Studies, The International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, and Blackwell's Philosophy Compass. Additionally she has served on the executive committee of the British Society for the Philosophy of Religion and is currently on the executive committee of the European Society for the Philosophy of Religion.
She is the author of The Apologetic Value of Human Holiness (Kluwer, 2000), Religion and Modern Thought (SCM, 2007), and Eastern Philosophy: The Basics (Routledge, 2012). She has edited (with Jake Chandler) Probability in the Philosophy of Religion (OUP, 2012); (with Charles Taliaferro and Stewart Goetz) The Routledge Companion to Theism (Routledge, 2012); (with Anna Bergqvist and Gary Kemp), Philosophy and Museums (Cambridge 2016); The History of Evil: 1900-1950 (Routledge 2018); (with P.J. Ivanhoe, Owen Flanagan, Hagop Sarkissian and Eric Switzgebel) The Oneness Hypothesis (Columbia University Press, 2018).
For more information visit Victoria Harrison's homepage at the University of Macau. There you will find a complete list of her publications and information about her other activities.