James Mullane is an ajunct instructor in the HHSS Department teaching courses in philosophy, critical thinking, and psychology. He has been teaching at Columbia College for over thirty years. He was awarded a NDEA Fellowship and a Dissertation Fellowship by Loyola University. He has also worked as an educator in the Chicago Public School System for over thirty years. In 1983 Mr. Mullane received a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Loyola University.
James Mullane teaches courses in philosophy, ethics, critical thinking, and a course that explores the nature of the mind and personal identity.
Creative Practice and Research Interests
James Mullane's main research interests concerns the nature of the self and the philosophical and scientific questions concerning the issue of personal identity.
B.A., Philosophy Saint Joseph College 1969
M.A., Philosophy Loyola University Chicago 1973
Ph.D., Philosophy Loyola University Chicago 1983