Sarah Heidt
Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion

About Me

Sarah Heidt is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and the Director of the Religious Studies Program at Marygrove College. She has taught previously at John Jay College - CUNY and Eastern Michigan University. Sarah has also been involved in theological education, most recently at Ecumenical Theological Seminary. She lives in Ann Arbor and has three children.

  • Office: MC 349
  • Phone: (313) 927-1840
  • Email:
Sarah Heidt Faculty Bio

Areas of Interest

  • Philosophy of Religion

  • Ethics

  • Applied Ethics

Research Projects

  • Current project is focused on the work of American philosopher D.G. Leahy


  • "Hope as Universal and Particular" in Resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict : perspectives on the peace process Edited by Moises F. Salinas and Hazza Abu Rabia. (Amherst, NY: Cambria Press) 2009.

  • Co-edited and introduced What is Philosophy? (New Haven: Yale University Press), 2001.

  • "Community in Hegel's Philosophy of Religion: from Bestimmung to Verstimmung" in New Perspectives on Hegel's Philosophy of Religion (Albany: State University of New York Press), 1992.


  •  BA, Philosophy, Yale College 

  • Ph.D., Philosophy, Yale University


  • PHL 201: Western Philosophical Traditions I

  • PHL 225: Ethics

  • PHL 228: Ethics in the Health Professions

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