Adam Briggle

Associate Professor

Office: EESAT 225G
Phone: 940-369-5136

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Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder (2006)
Bioethics, Environmental Studies, Ethics and Culture of New Media, Ethics and Policy of Science and Technology, Philosophy of Technology

J. Baird Callicott

University Distinguished Research Professor and Regents Professor

Office: EESAT 310M
Phone: 940-565-2266

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Ph.D., Syracuse University (1971)
Environmental Philosophy, Environmental Ethics, Leopold's Land Ethic,

Sarah E. Fredericks

Associate Professor & TA/TF Coordinator

Office: EESAT 310U
Phone: 940-369-8126

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Ph.D., Boston University (2008)
Comparative Religious Environmental Ethics, Energy Sustainability, Sustainability Ethics, Science and Religion, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Science

Robert Frodeman


Office: EESAT 320C
Phone: 940-565-3547

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Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University (1988)
Continental Philosophy, Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, Philosophy of Science Policy, Science and Technology Studies, Theory and Practice of Interdisciplinarity

Eugene C. Hargrove

Professor & Director of the Center for Environmental Philosophy

Office: EESAT 225C
Phone: 940-565-2727

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Ph.D., University of Missouri (1974)
Environmental Ethics, Wittgenstein, University of Vienna

Pankaj Jain

Assistant Professor

Office: 325J ENV
Phone: 940-369-7574

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Ph.D., University of Iowa (2008), M.A., Columbia University (2003)
Environmental Issues and Movements in India, Hinduism, Jainism, Religions and Films of India, Hindi/Urdu/Sanskrit Languages and Literatures
Monograph: Dharma and Ecology of Hindu Communities: Sustenance and Sustainability

George James


Office: EESAT 225E
Phone: 940-565-4791

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Ph.D., Columbia University (1983)
Comparative Environmental Ethics, Environmental Issues and Movements, History and Phenomenology of Religion, History and Philosophy of the Study of Religion, Phenomenology, Philosophy of Religion

Jaime Jimenez

Professor and Field Course Director of Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program

Office: ENV 310AB
Phone: 940-369-5077

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David M. Kaplan

Associate Professor, Director of Gradaute Studies, and Director of The Philosophy of Food Project

Office: EESAT 225D
Phone: 940-565-3521

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Ph.D., Fordham University (1998)
Hermeneutics, Philosophy of Technology, Philosophy of Food/Food Ethics, Critical Theory, Phenomenology, Social-Political Philosophy, Aesthetics

James Kennedy

Chair, Regents Professor of Biology, Director of the Elm Fork Education Center and Natural Heritage Museum,

Office: ENV 310-F

Post-doctoral, Center for Environmental Studies, Virginia Tech
Ph.D., Zoology/Aquatic Ecology, Virginia Tech
Aquatic Ecology Aquatic Ecosystems Aquatic Ecotoxicology Aquatic Toxicology Sub-Antarctic Ecosystems & Biocultural Conservation Research Cluster Water Quantity & Quality Water Resources

Irene J. Klaver

Professor & Director of the Philosophy of Water Project

Office: EESAT 310T
Phone: 940-565-3331

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Ph.D., State University of New York [SUNY] at Stony Brook (1996)
Philosophy of Water, Environmental Philosophy, Cultural Studies, 20th Century Continental Philosophy, Postmodern Thought, Merleau-Ponty, Eco-Phenomenology

Ricardo Rozzi

Professor & Director of the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program

Office: EESAT 310P
Phone: 940-369-7796

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Ph.D. in Ecology, University of Connecticut (2001)

Michael Thompson

Senior Lecturer & Director of Undergraduate Studies

Office: EESAT 320E

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Ph.D. University of South Florida (2009)
Immanuel Kant, Modern Philosophy; Imagination; Metaphysics; Cognitive Architecture, Embodied Cognition.
Forthcoming book: "Imagination in Kant's Critical Philosophy"

Martin D. Yaffe


Office: EESAt 310N
Phone: 940-565-2259

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Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School (1968)