Affiliated Faculty

Damir Dzhafarov

Damir Dzhafarov

Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics
Mathematical logic, computability theory, reverse mathematics, philosophy of mathematics, applications of logic to cognitive science.
Jane Gordon

Jane Gordon

Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
Social and Political Philosophy, History of Modern European Philosophy, Africana Philosophy, Women Philosophical Thought
Stefan Kaufmann

Stefan Kaufmann

Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics
Semantics, Pragmatics, Philosophy of Language, Computational Linguistics
Mark Lazenby

Mark Lazenby

Associate Dean for Faculty and Student Affairs, School of Nursing

Mark Lazenby is a philosopher of religion (PhD, Boston University) having trained under Burton Dreben, Jaakko Hintikka, and Robert Cummings Neville. His first book is The Early Wittgenstein on Religion (Bloomsbury Publishing). His other solo-authored books, published by Oxford University Press, are on the philosophy of nursing, as he is also an oncology and palliative care nurse practitioner: Caring matters most: The ethical significance of nursing and Toward a Better World: The social significance of nursing. His present philosophical work uses James’s Varieties of Religious Experience as a template to explore the spiritual experiences that can arise from caring for the sick and the dying.

Fred Lee

Fred Lee

Associate Professor of Political Science and Asian/Asian American Studies
Contemporary political philosophy, critical (race) theory, Asian/Asian American cultural studies
Letitia Naigles

Letitia Naigles

Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences
Language acquisition in typical children and children with autism spectrum disorders, Language acquisition in children exposed to different languages, Language and thought
Solomon Reed

Reed Solomon

Professor, Department of Mathematics
Reverse Mathematics, Recursion Theory, Effective Algebra and Combinatorics