Jill Carroll is a freelance scholar, writer, and consultant who specializes in philosophy of religion, world religions, and religion in global issues. She earned her PhD in philosophy of religion in 1994 from Rice University, where she later served as adjunct associate professor in religious studies and director of the Boniuk Center for Religious Tolerance until 2009. Carroll provides religious diversity training and facilitation services for corporations and non-profit organizations. She lives in a suburb of Houston, Texas, with her partner Nishta Mehra and their son Shiv.
Contributions to Humans & Nature:
- Predation and The Way of All Things
A response to “Does hunting make us human?”
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