Craig Jones, Adjunct Professor
Office: Stabler Hall, Room 307
I am a native of Little Rock, Arkansas, and began teaching at UALR in January 2008. I’ve always found myself drawn to questions about how we understand the world, ourselves, and our daily relationships. This has taken me to interesting places in my academic career, including long-stints in physics and mathematics before settling on philosophy and psychology. In addition to teaching at UALR, I am also a practicing psychotherapist in the local area; it is often in my practice that I begin to fully see the depth and grace of many of the philosophers and philosophies that I have read, written about, and continue to explore.
I regularly teach Ethics and Society and Reasoning Across the Disciplines.
Nietzsche, the Presocratics, Existentialism, 20th century French philosophy, Postcolonial philosophy and critical race theory, Feminism, Eastern philosophies, Philosophy and popular culture/media
- Masters in Social Work, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 2007
- Master of Arts, Philosophy, University of Memphis, 2004
Emphasis in Ancient Philosophy and Ethics
- Bachelors of Arts, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 2002
Majors: Philosophy, Psychology