Academics Robert Brice - Philosophy, visiting professor
Robert Brice brings extensive teaching experience at Elmhurst College and Loyola University to his position as visiting professor of philosophy. His topics of specialization include epistemology, philosophy of language and analytic philosophy, but he is also familiar with logic, ethics, and philosophy of art, education and religion. His scholarship on Wittgenstein has been published in a few philosophy journals. Robert also has strong interdisciplinary teaching interests and has taught an integrated arts and humanities course entitled United States and the World, which incorporated history, literature, and the arts to illuminate the American national experience in relation to the world.
Robert believes his goal is to show students the important role philosophy can play in their lives, by engaging them with major historical figures and the topics with which they are concerned, and then having students connect those concerns with their own contemporary concerns.
B.A., University of Houston, 1994; M.A., West Chester University of Pennsylvania, 1997; Ph.D., Michigan State University, 2004; Marlboro College, 2007 –