Golub, Jeff
Associate Professor C/T, PhD
Philosophy

Office: M108M

Mailing Address:
Department of Philosophy
P.O. Box 173364
Campus Box 179
Denver, CO 80217-3364

Physical Location:
955 Lawrence St.
Plaza Building, Room M108

Office Hours for Fall 2022:

Tuesdays 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Wednesdays 2:00pm-3:00pm

And by appointment

Expertise Areas: Ancient Philosophy, German Idealism, Phenomenology, History of Philosophy

 

Education & Degrees

New School for Social Research (Ph.D Philosophy), 2016
Boston College (M.A. Philosophy), 2007
University of Colorado Denver (B.A. Philosophy), 2005

Bio

Jeffrey Golub is Associate Professor of Philosophy (teaching track) at the University of Colorado Denver. From 2011-2019, he taught the philosophy curriculum at CU Denver’s international campus, the International College Beijing, in Beijing China, where he created a philosophy minor program and served as associate program chair for the humanities. He currently teaches full time on the Auraria Campus, lecturing on topics such as Ancient Philosophy, Logic, Social/Political Philosophy, Aesthetics, and Phenomenology. His current research interests include Ideology as Modern Mythology and Classical Chinese Philosophy.

Courses Taught

Couse Descriptions Can Be Found Here

PHIL 1111: Why Follow the Laws? (First Year Seminar)
PHIL 2441: Logic, Language, and Scientific Reasoning
PHIL 3200: Social and Political Philosophy
PHIL 3500: Ideology and Culture: Racism and Sexism
PHIL 3981: Chinese Philosophy and Culture
PHIL 4242: Bioethics
PHIL 4750: Introduction to Phenomenology
PHIL 4810: Aristotle

Selected Publications

"The Last Animal: An Indifference Argument in Plato's Protagoras", in Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy, vol. 25. 2021