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Welcome to the Department of Arts and Philosophy

Dr. Rosa M. Mayorga
Monica D'Anetra
Jesus Urquidi
Silvia Dardon

Alonzo Bain
Kristin Borgwald
Joshua Braun
Michael Di Liddo
Amy Ibberson
Delma Iles
Sabrina Bano Jamil
Alan Ngim
Claudia Scalise
Meryl Shriver-Rice
Joseph Tamargo
Alfredo Perez-Triff


Alfredo Perez-Triff holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy and a Master's degree in Music Composition from the University of Miami. Since 1999, Dr. Perez-Triff has been the art critic for the weekly newspaper Miami New Times, through which he has published more than 150 contributions.

This year, he will present his fourth book of essays --as part of the 2005 Miami Book Fair International. Awell-known social activist, Dr. Perez-Triff is the director of Miami-Dade College's East/West Group (whose mission is to establish a link between Miami and peoples from all over the world).

He keeps an active social profile by organizing panels, conferences and regularly appears as juror of important non-profit committees. He has been part of the board of directors of institutions such as Tigertail and The African-American Art Consortium. Dr. Perez-Triff was the 2003 recipient of the Carolina Grant from the Spanish Government. He is also a cat lover and enjoys good food, polemical conversations and the occasional puff from good tobacco.



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