Part Time Faculty


Tel: (415) 422-6601

Andrei Antokhin

Adjunct Professor

Andrei Antokhin received his PhD from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. His academic interests include Ethics, History of Ideas, Philosophy of History, and Christian Spirituality.

Tel: 415 422 6543

Will Beals

Part-Time Professor

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black@usfca.edu

Katherine Black

Part-Time Professor

Katherine Black, JD has been an adjunct at USF since 1999. Her areas of interest are early modern philosophy, jurisprudence and virtue ethics. She has taught Philosophy of the Human Person, Great Philosophical Questions and Ethics at USF, as well as Critical Thinking and Introduction to Western Philosophy elsewhere. She has co-authored work that has appeared in an American Bar Association publication, has written numerous articles for business publications, and has written a piece for the Peace Review. She currently focuses on teaching ethics.

Tel: 415 422 6543
mbrown@workingethics.edu

Marvin Brown

Part-Time Professor

Marvin T Brown PhD has been teaching and consulting in business and organizational ethics for over 30 years. He continues to teach business ethics in the Philosophy Department at the University of San Francisco. He is now a regular blogger on the web site: civilizingtheeconomy.com.

Tel: 415 422 6543
mccifone@usfca.edu

Michael Cifone

Part-Time Professor

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Matt Dance

Part-Time Professor

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abrol@mac.com

Abrol Fairweather

Part-Time Professor

Abrol Fairweather received his PhD in Philosophy at UC-Santa Barbara in 2005 and works primarily the growing field of Virtue Epistemology. His recent research focuses on naturalized virtue epistemology (Naturalizing Epistemic Virtue, editor, CUP), and examines the significance of recent research in social psychological and behavioral economics for traditional theories of knowledge and rationality (Epistemic Situationism, edited with Mark Alfano, OUP). He also works on collective agency and institutional virtues, most recently in "Institutional Wisdom" (forthcoming in Collective Epistemology, OUP).

Tel: 415 422 6543
jafisher@usfca.edu

Jennifer Fisher

Part-Time Professor

Jennifer Fisher received her PhD from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York in 2003. Her interests include epistemology, the philosophy of logic, and meta-ethics.

Tel:
rgordon@usfca.edu

Rebecca Gordon

Lecturer

Rebecca Gordon received her M.Div. and Ph.D. from Graduate Theological Union. Her dissertation in the field of Ethics and Social Theory focuses on the United States' use of torture in the post-9/11 period. Other interests include political philosophy, theories of justice including questions of race and gender justice, and their application in the world.

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Vadim Keyser

Part-Time Professor

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Richie Kim

Part-Time Professor

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jmoritz@usfca.edu

Joshua Moritz

Part-Time Professor

Joshua Moritz, PhD, teaches Philosophy of Religion and Ethics at USF and graduate courses in Science and Religion at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. He is also Managing Editor of the journal Theology and Science (Routledge). His research focuses on questions at the interface of Philosophy of Religion and Philosophy of Science.

Tel: 415 422 6543
grmulberry@usfca.edu

Greig Mulberry

Part-Time Professor

Greig Mulberry began teaching at USF in 2011 and has taught Ethics, Existentialism, and Social and Political Philosophy. His research interests include 19th and 20th century continental philosophy and aesthetics.

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Amanda Parris

Part-Time Professor

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Laurel Scotland-Stewart

Part-Time Professor

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rastarkman@usfca.edu

Ruth Starkman

Part-Time Professor

Ruth Starkman teaches at ethics USF and biomedical ethics Stanford University, is the author of two books and writes on political theory, ethics, medicine, science, the Middle East and higher education.

Tel: 415 422 6543
nazeigler@usfca.edu

Nancy Zeigler

Part-Time Professor

Nancy Zeigler has been teaching in the Philosophy Department at USF since 2003. She has taught Ethics, Great Philosophical Questions, Problems in Democracy and Social and Political Philosophy in addition to Existentialism, which she teaches nearly every semester. She lives in Oakland, California with her husband Chip Buchanan.