colby-sawyer faculty

Craig Greenman

Associate Professor, Humanities
(603) 526-3357 | cgreenman@colby-sawyer.edu

Professor Greenman joined the faculty in 2004. He earned a Ph.D. from the Loyola University of Chicago in 2002. Professor Greenman's teaching and research interests are grounded in contemporary continental philosophy and the history of philosophy, and include aesthetics, social and political philosophy, and applied and social ethics. He is also the advisor for the Philosophy Club.

Areas of Expertise

  • Continental Philosophy
  • History of Philosophy
  • Social Philosophy
  • Aesthetics
  • Creative Writing

Publications

  • Greenman, Craig. “Bar Bar Lemon,” EDGE (vol. 6: 112-117), Fall 2012.

  • Greenman, Craig. “My Baby Takes the Mourning Train,” Bluestem Journal, Spring 2012.

  • Greenman, Craig. “Terrorists,” Perceptions: A Magazine of the Arts, May 2012.

  • Greenman, Craig. “Oedipus K.,” Petrichor Machine, May 2012.

  • Greenman, Craig. “The Rainbow Curve,” Little Patuxent Review, Winter 2012.

  • Greenman, Craig. “Flying to Paris,” Temenos Journal, Fall 2011. Read this piece here.

  • Greenman, Craig. “Grievance,” Flatmancrooked, March 2010, read here.

  • Greenman, Craig. “The Only Thing Good Is the Moon,” Noö Journal, no. 11 (2010): 18-19. Read this piece here.

  • Greenman, Craig. “Hide and Seek,” Potomac Review, March 2010, read here.

  • Greenman, Craig. “The Church in the Next Town Over,” 10,000 Tons of Black Ink, Best of 2009 Edition (2010): 11-22

  • Greenman, Craig. “Old New Hampshire,” PANK, vol. 4.8, August 2009, read here.

  • Greenman, Craig. “Pygmalion, Again,” Pear Noir!, no. 2 (2009): 63-75

  • Greenman, Craig. “The Church in the Next Town Over,” 10,000 Tons of Black Ink, 6 July 2009, read here.

  • Greenman, Craig. Expression and Survival: An Aesthetic Approach to the Problem of Suicide. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008. Read an extract.

  • Greenman, Craig. “On Love as an Ecstatic Concept.” Being Amongst Others: Phenomenological Reflections on the Life-World. Ed. Eric Chelstrom. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2006. 103-12.

  • Greenman, Craig. “A Swimming Lesson.” North Art Magazine 85 (2005): 37-40.

  • Greenman, Craig. “What is the Market?” Journal of Social Philosophy 33 (2002): 97-116. Read the abstract.

  • Greenman, Craig. “Socratic Erotics and Foucault's Permanent Revolution.” Philosophy and Social Criticism 27 (2001): 76-99. Read the abstract.

  • Greenman, Craig. “this (writing, and the production value of time).” Writing on the Edge 11 (2000): 69-80

Education

  • Ph.D., Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago
  • M.A. Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago
  • B.A. Philosophy, Valparaiso University