Dr. Rondo KeelePh.D. in Philosophy, 2002 from Indiana University
Office: Morrison Hall 203
Telephone: (318) 357-4587
Dr. Rondo Keele took a B.A. in Philosophy and a B.S. in Anthropology at the University of Utah, where he also completed a master’s degree in Philosophy. For his philosophy Ph.D. at Indiana University he studied medieval philosophy, logic, and German Idealism, also completing a Ph.D. minor in Religious Studies and a certificate in Medieval Studies. His research areas include William of Ockham (d. 1347) and his contemporaries, and late medieval scholasticism more generally. He lectures in the College’s great books sequence, and also teaches ancient philosophy, medieval philosophy, logic, gnostic Christianity, and classical Latin poetry. He has written books and articles on Franciscan theologian William of Ockham, and his contemporaries Walter Chatton and Peter Auriol. In his spare time during the semester he enjoys racquetball and bird watching, but in the summer he disappears into the dusty warrens of Cairo, Egypt, and is seldom heard from.
Fall 2021 Contact Hours
Online: TR 9:30-11:00, F 10-11 and 12-1
Office: MW 9-11, 12-1 in Morrison Hall 223
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