Faculty and Staff
B.A., University of Utah
M.A., University of Utah
Ph.D., Florida State University
At Albion since 2006
Dr. Kirby teaches and researches in the areas of Ancient Philosophy, Early Modern Philosophy, and 20th Century Philosophy. Visit his blog, Orthos Logos.
Office: Vulgamore Hall 216
Phone: (517) 629-0353
Daniel M. Mittag
Associate Professor and Department Chair
B.A., Drake University
M.A., Texas A&M University
M.A., Ph.D., University of Rochester
At Albion since 2007
Dr. Mittag teaches in the areas of Epistemology, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Language, and Logic. His primary area of research is Epistemology.
Office: Vulgamore Hall 208
Phone: (517) 629-0239
B.A University of Michigan 2012 M.A. Western Michigan University
Professor Kermath teaches and his research is in Applied Ethics, Political Philosophy, and Moral Psychology
Office: Vulgamore 213
Dr. Harr specializes in the philosophy of language and philosophical linguistics. He also teaches in other areas, including ancient philosophy and applied ethics.
Office: Vulgamore 213
Phone: (517) 629-0524
B.A., 1979, University of California at Santa Barbara
Joined Albion in 1993
Office: Vulgamore Hall 207
Phone: (517) 629-0207
Fax: (517) 629-0286
H. Eugene Cline
B.R.E., Cornerstone University, 1967; M.A. 1969
Ph.D. Michigan State University, 1980
Joined Albion in 1979
Dr. Cline taught and researched in the areas of Social Philosophy and the Philosophy of Law.
Ralph M. Davis
A.B., 1958, Stanford University
Ph.D., 1967, University of Oregon
Dr. Davis was named the recipient of the Prentiss M. Brown Distinguished Honors Professorship for the 2004-2005 academic year.
B.A., 1958, Mörike Gymnasium Ludwigsburg
Cand. phil., 1962, Free University of Berlin;
Cand. theol., 1964, University of Tübingen
M.A., 1973; Ph.D., 1986, Michigan State University
Ned S. Garvin
1948 – 2006, beloved and outstanding teacher and colleague.
Read more about the remarkable life of Ned Garvin.
Jack F. Padgett
A.B., 1950, Juniata College; S.T.B., 1953, Boston University, School of Theology; Ph.D., 1959, Boston University, Graduate School. On staff 1965-1990. Emeritus 1990.