philosophy faculty

Craig Greenman

Associate Professor, Humanities
(603) 526-3357 |

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.

Rachel Fredericks

Assistant Professor, Humanities
(603) 359-3422 |

Professor Fredericks joined the faculty in 2013 with a Ph.D. and M.A. in philosophy from the University of Washington and a B.A. in philosophy from Reed College. Her teaching focuses primarily on the various subfields of ethics, philosophies of feminism (and their relation to philosophies of race, class, and so on), philosophy of mind, and logic. Her research specialty is moral psychology, and specifically the moral significance of emotions and interpersonal relationships such as friendship. She is also the Pre-Law advisor for the department. | web site

Christopher La Barbera

Adjunct Online Professor, Humanities

Professor La Barbera previously taught full-time at Colby-Sawyer and now teaches logic for Colby-Sawyer Online. He has a Ph.D. and M.S. from Stony Brook University, N.Y., and B.A. from Dartmouth College.