Katherine Black

Katherine Black

Adjunct Professor

Part-Time Faculty

(415) 422-6543 Gleeson Library 4th Floor

Biography

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.

Expertise
early modern philosophy
jurisprudence
virtue ethics