Daniel Tutt, Ph.D, is a philosopher, filmmaker and interfaith activist. He teaches philosophy courses at Marymount University in Arlington, VA. He serves as the Director of Programs and Producer at Unity Productions Foundation, a media and educational organization based in Washington, DC. Over the last four years he has directed Insurrections, a film project that explores the philosophy of protest movements and includes interviews with leading philosophers and theorists. From 2012 – 2015 he served as Professor of Critical Theory and Dean of Student Affairs at the Global Center for Advanced Studies.
Daniel received his Ph.D. from the European Graduate School, division of Philosophy, Art, and Critical Thought under the supervision of one of the most important living philosophers, Alain Badiou. He received his Masters of Arts in Ethics, Peace and Global Affairs from American University. As a graduate student, his essays won first place in 2012 and 2014 at the Žižek Studies conference.
Daniel is a Scholar with the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding in Washington, DC where he writes and presents on Islamophobia, Muslims in the west and interfaith dialogue.
Daniel’s C.V. can be found here.
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