Office: Augustine 103
William Frank, professor of philosophy, has taught at the University of Dallas since fall 1986. Among his special interests and competencies he counts the history of medieval philosophy, Duns Scotus, metaphysics, the philosophy of education, and contemporary Catholic philosophy.
Office: Braniff 340
Fr. James Lehrberger received his doctorate from the University of Dallas. His research interests include faith and reason, the philosophy of religion, and Saint Thomas Aquinas.
Office: Braniff 342
Christopher Mirus received his doctorate in History and Philosophy of Science from the University of Notre Dame. He works in the areas of ancient philosophy, especially Aristotle, and philosophy of science. He is coordinator for the undergraduate concentration in History and Philosophy of Science.
Professor, Braniff Dean, and IPS Director
Office: Carpenter Hall, 1st floor
Joshua Parens received his doctorate from the University of Chicago. His research interests include Islamic and Jewish medieval philosophy, early modern philosophy, and political philosophy.
Professor and Department Chair
Office: Braniff 328
Philipp Rosemann has been at the University of Dallas since 1997. In recent years, his main interests have revolved mainly around the twelfth-century theologian Peter Lombard and his famous Book of Sentences; the book series he edits, Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations; and the task of rethinking the Christian tradition in light of the challenges of contemporary philosophy.
Affiliate Assistant Professor
Office: Braniff 330
Frank Scalambrino, after years of work in non-profit mental health services, received his doctorate from Duquesne. He specializes in the philosophy of psychology. His current research includes an examination into the theoretical choice points between the philosophical systems of St. Thomas Aquinas and Immanuel Kant.
Office: Braniff 320
Dennis Sepper received his doctorate from the University of Chicago. His research interests include the philosophy of language, philosophy since 1600, and recent French and German thought.
Office: Braniff 338
Lance Simmons is interested in ethics, epistemology, and analytic philosophy. He received his Ph.D. and M.A. from the University of Notre Dame and his A.B. from the University of California at Berkeley. He is intrigued by possible connections between virtue ethics and epistemology.
Director, Philosophy & Letters and
Office: Braniff 326
Matthew Walz joined the Department of Philosophy in 2008. Previously he taught at Thomas Aquinas College in California and The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He received a B.A. in both Philosophy and Theology from Christendom College in Virginia in 1995, and an M.A. and Ph.D. from the Catholic University of America. He also serves as Director of Philosophy & Letters and Pre-Theologian Programs.
Office: Braniff 344
Robert E. Wood is currently professor of philosophy in the Institute of Philosophic Studies at the University of Dallas. He has published over eighty articles in aesthetics, metaphysics, and anthropology.