Donald K. Swearer

Donald K. Swearer is Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Harvard Divinity School’s Center for the Study of World Religions and Professor of Religion, Emeritus, at Swarthmore College.

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Cover: Ecologies of Human FlourishingEcologies of Human FlourishingSwearer, Donald K.
McGarry, Susan Lloyd
PAPERBACK09/06/2011$23.95
Cover: Rethinking the HumanRethinking the HumanMolina, J. Michelle
Swearer, Donald K.
PAPERBACK09/01/2010$15.95
Cover: Ecology and the Environment: Perspectives from the HumanitiesEcology and the Environment: Perspectives from the HumanitiesSwearer, Donald K.PAPERBACK03/31/2009$15.95
Cover: Religion and Nationalism in Iraq: A Comparative PerspectiveReligion and Nationalism in Iraq: A Comparative PerspectiveLittle, David
Swearer, Donald K.
PAPERBACK03/01/2007$22.50
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