Executive Committee

Director, Christian Matheis, Guilford College   Matheis specializes in scholarship and practice that bridge social and political philosophy, public policy, and direct-action organizing. His work emphasizes how philosophy of liberation and liberatory movements can play a key role in addressing contemporary ethical and political problems.  Bio .  Email.

Director, Christian Matheis, Guilford College

Matheis specializes in scholarship and practice that bridge social and political philosophy, public policy, and direct-action organizing. His work emphasizes how philosophy of liberation and liberatory movements can play a key role in addressing contemporary ethical and political problems. Bio. Email.

Secretary, Robert Paul Churchill, George Washington University   Churchill's present book project, Women in the Crossfire, focuses on honor killing, an extreme violation of women's human rights, and situates the cultural practice within the objectives of patriarchy within cultures of honor and the evolution of extended kin-networks and tribal organizations.  Bio . Email.

Secretary, Robert Paul Churchill, George Washington University

Churchill's present book project, Women in the Crossfire, focuses on honor killing, an extreme violation of women's human rights, and situates the cultural practice within the objectives of patriarchy within cultures of honor and the evolution of extended kin-networks and tribal organizations. Bio. Email.

Treasurer, David K Chan, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point   David Chan's research interests include moral psychology, virtue ethics, the ethics of war, medical ethics, and Greek philosophy. He has published books on the ethics of war and on action theory, and is now writing a book on virtue ethics.  Bio .  Email.

Treasurer, David K Chan, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

David Chan's research interests include moral psychology, virtue ethics, the ethics of war, medical ethics, and Greek philosophy. He has published books on the ethics of war and on action theory, and is now writing a book on virtue ethics. Bio. Email.

 
Journal co-editor, Taine Duncan, University of Central Arkansas   Taine Duncan is an Associate Professor at UCA and is Director of Gender Studies Program. She specializes in Feminist philosophy, Critical Theory and 20th Century Continental philosophy. Her research interests include autonomy, power and participation and intersubjectivity.  Bio .  Email.

Journal co-editor, Taine Duncan, University of Central Arkansas

Taine Duncan is an Associate Professor at UCA and is Director of Gender Studies Program. She specializes in Feminist philosophy, Critical Theory and 20th Century Continental philosophy. Her research interests include autonomy, power and participation and intersubjectivity. Bio. Email.

Journal co-editor, Geoff Pfeiffer, Worcester Polytechnic Institute   Professor Pfeifer’s research focus in philosophy is on contemporary continental philosophy, social and political philosophy, global justice, and development ethics. He teaches philosophy courses, international studies courses, and for the Great Problems Seminars program.  Bio .  Email.

Journal co-editor, Geoff Pfeiffer, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Professor Pfeifer’s research focus in philosophy is on contemporary continental philosophy, social and political philosophy, global justice, and development ethics. He teaches philosophy courses, international studies courses, and for the Great Problems Seminars program. Bio. Email.

Webmaster, Eric Grey, National University of Natural Medicine   Eric Grey has been teaching at NUNM’s College of Classical Chinese Medicine since 2009 teaching a variety of medical and professional development courses and supervising clinical rotations. HIs philosophical interests include professional ethics and the history & philosophy of medicine.  Bio .  Email.

Webmaster, Eric Grey, National University of Natural Medicine

Eric Grey has been teaching at NUNM’s College of Classical Chinese Medicine since 2009 teaching a variety of medical and professional development courses and supervising clinical rotations. HIs philosophical interests include professional ethics and the history & philosophy of medicine. Bio. Email.