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Faculty and Staff
Professor of Philosophy and Honors
Patterson Hall 229B
Areas of Specialization
Social and Political Philosophy, Pragmatism.
Areas of Competence
Philosophy of Race, Latin American Philosophy, Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations.
University of Oregon, Eugene OR
Ph.D. in Philosophy, August 2002
Dissertation: Dewey and Du Bois: The Meaning and Consequence of Race
Hamilton College, Clinton NY
B.A. in Philosophy with Departmental Honors, Magna Cum Laude, May 1994
Honor's Thesis: "Habermas' Discourse Ethic and the First Amendment"
Current Research Focus
Pragmatism, Latin American Philosophy, Social-Political Philosophy
- Book Manuscript in development, Greater America: Philosophy and the Promise of Inter-American Democracy
- Book Chapter in development, "Dismounting the Tiger: From Empire to Global Citizen through Pragmatism" for Global Citizenship, Governance, and Identity, Irene Langram editor.
- Journal Article in Development, "Pragmatism as Gunship Philosophy: José Vasconcelos on John Dewey and Imperial Philosophy in the Americas."
229 Patterson Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
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