Philosophy

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Adjunct and Affiliated Faculty, Academic Teaching Staff and Emeriti and Retired Faculty

 Adjunct and Affiliated Faculty

Don Carmichael
(Professor Emeritus, Political Science, University of Alberta)

Specialization: Political Philosophy, particularly the history of Western political thought, contemporary normative political philosophy (especially topics of rights and justice), selected major thinkers (Aristotle, Hobbes, Rawls, Taylor)
EmailDon.Carmichael@ualberta.ca

Neal DeRoo
(Associate Professor, Philosophy and CRC in Phenomenology and Philosophy of Religion
The King’s University) 

Specialization: 20th Century Continental Philosophy (Phenomenology), Philosophy of Religion, The Amsterdam School (Reformational Philosophy)
E-mail: neal.deroo@kingsu.ca 
Jeffrey Dudiak
(Professor, Philosophy, The King’s University)

Specialization: Contemporary Continental Philosophy (especially Levinas), Philosophy of Religion, Ethics.
E-mail: jeffrey.dudiak@kingsu.ca

Travis Dumsday
(Assistant Professor, Philosophy, Concordia University of Edmonton)
Specialization: Philosophy of Science, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion, Natural Theology, Scholastic tradition (Medieval and Contemporary)
E-mail: travis.dumsday@concordia.ab.ca
Edwin Etieyibo
(Associate Professor, Philosophy, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa) 
Specialization: Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy, African Philosophy
email: Edwin.Etieyibo@wits.ac.za
James Gaa
(Professor Emeritus, Accounting, Alberta School of Business) 
Specialization: Business and Professional Ethics (especially the accounting profession and codes of professional ethics), Ethics and Public Policymaking (with a focus on theoretical aspects of setting professional standards) and Behavioral Ethics
E-mail:james.gaa@ualberta.ca
Allen Hazen
(PhD, University of Pittsburgh)
Specialization:Metaphysics, Philosophy of Mathematics, Logic, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind, Epistemology, History of Philosophy
E-mail: aphazen@ualberta.ca
Matthew Kostelecky
(Associate Professor, Philosophy, St. Joseph’s College, University of Alberta)
Specialization:Medieval Philosophy (especially theories of cognition in the later middle ages), Philosophical Anthropology, Philosophy of Religion.
E-mail: kostelec@ualberta.ca
Derek Sellman
(Associate Professor, Nursing, University of Alberta) 
Specialization: Philosophy of Nursing, Nursing Ethics, Virtue Ethics
E-Mail: derek.sellman@ualberta.ca
Janet Wesselius
(Associate Professor, Philosophy, Augustana Campus, University of Alberta) 
Specialization:Feminist Epistemology, Philosophy of Science, Feminist Theory
E-mail: janet.wesselius@ualberta.ca

Affiliated Faculty (St. Joseph's College)

Nathan Kowalsky
(PhD,Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
Specialization:Environmental Philosophy and Ethics, Philosophy of Religion and Philosophical Theology, Philosophy of Culture, Philosophy of Technology.
E-mail:nek@ualberta.ca

Academic Teaching Staff

 Maiya Jordan
(PhD, McGill)
Specialization: Phenomenology, Philosophy of Psychology, Philosophy of Mind, Moral Psychology
Office: 2-27 Assiniboia Hall
E-mail : jordan1@ualberta.ca 
Richard Kover
(PhD, Leuven)
Specialization: Environmental philosophy, Philosophy of Technology, Psychoanalytic theory, Religious Existentialism, Political and Cultural theory, Philosophical Anthropology
Office: 0-15 St. Joseph’s College
E-mail : kover@ualberta.ca 
Mike Lockhart
(PhD, University of Alberta)
Specialization: Philosophy of Mind, Epistemology, Free Will.
Office: 2-27 Assiniboia Hall
E-mail: mikel@ualberta.ca 
Hassan Masoud
(PhD, University of Alberta) 
Specialization: Interest in Logic, Epistemology, Philosophy of Language.
Office:2-25 Assiniboia Hall
E-mail: hassan.masoud@ualberta.ca
Alan McLuckie
(PhD, Stanford University)
Specialization: Kant (primarily Kant's Ethics and Anthropology), Early/Late Modern, and Ancient Philosophy
2-46 Assiniboia Hall
E-mail: mcluckie@ualberta.ca
Charles Rodger
(PhD, University of Alberta)

Specialization:German Idealism, Continental Philosophy.
E-mail: crodger@ualberta.ca

Joshua St. Pierre
(PhD, University of Alberta)
Specialization: Social and Political Philosophy, Feminist Philosophy, Philosophy of Disability, Continental Philosophy
Office: 2-26 Assiniboia Hall
E-mail : jstpierr@ualberta.ca  
Jay Worthy
(PhD, University of Alberta)
Specialization: Continental Philosophy, Ethics
Office: Assiniboia Hall
E-mail : jworthy@ualberta.ca 

Emeriti and Retired Faculty

Richard Bosley
(PhD, University of Gottingen)
Professor Emeritus
Specialization: Aristotelian Logic, Ancient and Medieval philosophy, Philosophy of Language, Ancient Chinese Philosophy.
E-mail: richard.bosley@ualberta.ca
Robert Burch
(PhD, University of Toronto)
Professor Emeritus
Specialization:
19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy (especially Heidegger and Hegel), Phenomenology, Philosophy of Technology, Philosophy and Literature, Kant.
Office: Assiniboia Hall 3-55, (780) 492-3307
E-mail:robert.burch@ualberta.ca 
Allen Carlson
(PhD, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

Professor Emeritus
Specialization:
 Aethestics, Environmental Philosophy, Epistemology.
E-mail: allen.carlson@ualberta.ca

Ferrel Christensen
(PhD, University of Indiana)

Professor Emeritus
Specialization:
 Philosophy of Science.
E-mail: ferrel.christensen@ualberta.ca

Wesley Cooper
(PhD, University of Calgary)
Professor Emeritus
Specialization:
 Moral Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy, William James, Robert Nozick.
E-mail: wes.cooper@ualberta.ca
Glenn Griener
PhD, University of Western Ontario

Associate Professor retired
Specialization: Biomedical Ethics, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Social Science.
E-mail: glenn.griener@ualberta.ca

Bruce Hunter
(PhD, Brown University)
Associate Professor Retired
Specialization: Theory of Knowledge, History of Philosophy.
Office: Assiniboia Hall 2-28, (780) 492-3307
E-mail: bruce.hunter@ualberta.ca
Bernard Linsky
PhD, Stanford University 
Professor Emeritus
Specialization
: Philosophical Logic, Metaphysics, Early Analytic Philosophy (especially Bertrand Russell), Philosophy of Language.
Office: Assiniboia Hall 3-51, (780) 492-3307
E-mail: bernard.linsky@ualberta.ca
Cameron Mackenzie
(MLitt, University of Edinburgh)

Associate Professor Retired
Specialization: Ethics.
E-mail: jcm_wynd@yahoo.co.uk

Adam Morton
(PhD, Princeton University)
Professor Emeritus
Specialization: Epistemology, Decision Theory, the boundary between Ethics and Philosophy of Mind.
E-mail: adam.morton@ualberta.ca
Jeff Pelletier
PhD, UCLA 
Professor Emeritus
Specialization
: Philosophy of Logic and Language, Modern Philosophical Analysis, Computational Linguistics, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science, Ancient Philosophy.
Office: Assiniboia Hall 3-45, (780) 492-3307
E-mail: jeff.pelletier@ualberta.ca 
Alexander Rueger
PhD, Phil. University of Konstanz 
Professor Emeritus
Specialization
: History and Philosophy of Science (especially Physics), Kant, History of Aesthetics. 
Office: Assiniboia Hall 2-64, (780) 492-3307 
E-mail: alex.rueger@ualberta.ca  
Peter A. Schouls
(PhD, University of Toronto)
Professor Emeritus
Specialization: Enlightenment Concepts such as Freedom, Progress, Revolution; Environmental Philosophy, History of Modern Philosophy.
E-mail: pschouls@telus.net
David Sharp
(PhD, Princeton University)
Associate Professor Retired
Specialization: Philosophy of Science, Logic.
E-mail: david.sharp@ualberta.ca
Roger Shiner
(PhD, Cambridge University)
Professor Emeritus
Specialization: Philosophy of Law, Greek Philosophy, Aesthetics.
E-mail: rshiner@exchange.ubc.ca
Martin Tweedale
(PhD, University of California, Los Angeles)
Professor Emeritus
Specialization: Medieval Scholastic Philosophy, particularly Logic, Metaphysics and the Interpretation of Aristotle, Ancient Greek Philosophy.  
E-mail: martin.tweedale@ualberta.ca
Fred Van De Pitte
(PhD, University of Southern California)
Professor Emeritus
Specialization: Descartes, Kant, Modern Philosophy.
Margaret Van De Pitte
(PhD, University of Southern California)
Professor Emeritus
Specialization:Aesthetics, Contemporary European Philosophy, Philosophy of the Environment.
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