Humanities and Arts
Salisbury Laboratories, 327B
Professor Pfeifer’s research focus is on Contemporary Continental thought, social and political philosophy, global justice, and development ethics. He teaches for the first year Great Problems Seminars program and also holds a joint appointment in the department of Humanities and Arts where he teaches philosophy courses.
- BA Philosophy, University of Colorado at Denver, 2003
- MA Philosophy, University of New Mexico, 2005
- Ph.D. Philosophy, University of South Florida, 2012
- FY 1100. THE GREAT PROBLEMS SEMINARS
- FY 1101. THE GREAT PROBLEMS SEMINARS
- HI 2341. CONTEMPORARY WORLD ISSUES IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
- HU 224X. GLOBAL JUSTICE AND DEVELOPMENT
- HU 3900. INQUIRY SEMINAR IN HUMANITIES AND ARTS
- INTL 2100. APPROACHES TO GLOBAL STUDIES
- PY 1731. INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION
- PY 2714. ETHICS AND THE PROFESSIONS: PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL, AND SOCIAL DILEMMAS.
- PY 2718. FREEDOM AND EXISTENCE
- RE 1731. INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION