Francis Sanzaro

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Francis Sanzaro
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BornAugust 17, 1979
CitizenshipUnited States of America
EducationPhD in the Philosophy
Alma materSyracuse University
  • Writer
  • Theorist
  • Philosopher

Francis Sanzaro (born August 17, 1979) is an American writer, theorist and philosopher best known for his work on the intersections of Philosophy of sport, nature and technology. His essays, articles, op-eds and fiction have been published in leading international journals, newspapers and magazines.

Education and Early Work

Sanzaro was awarded a PhD in the Philosophy of Religion from Syracuse University in 2012. At Syracuse, he was a student of John D. Caputo, and focused on a re-reading of the history of philosophy and religious studies through the lens of continental philosophy. His dissertation was titled "The Immanent Body: A Thematic Study of the Logic of Immanence in Christology, Philosophy and Aesthetics." He also received a Masters in Philosophy from Syracuse University. He attended the University of Denver, receiving a Masters in Philosophy and a Masters in World Religions. He received his undergraduate in Journalism from Colorado State University in 2002.

Sanzaro taught at Syracuse University and Morgan State University before moving to educational technology. At Wisewire, in Baltimore, Maryland, he was the Chief Learning Architect, where he oversaw a team of learning architects that created a suite of ed-tech products for companies as diverse as Apple, PBS and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. He is the former Editor-in-Chief of Rock & Ice and Ascent magazines, and a co-founder and former Editor-in-Chief of Gym Climber magazine.


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