Christopher Callaway has taught at Saint Joseph's College since 2007.
Prior to coming to the College, he taught full time at Westmont College (Santa
Barbara, California) and Calvin College (Grand Rapids, Michigan). He also
taught several courses at his graduate institution, Saint Louis University.
Professor Callaway’s research thus far has largely been in political
philosophy, ethics, and philosophy of religion, and especially the overlap
between these areas. He is also interested in the connections between
philosophy and the sciences. Outside of work, he enjoys reading, watching
movies, traveling, and spending time with his family.
“Jason Brennan, Why Not Capitalism?” Philosophy
in Review (forthcoming)
"John Corvino and Maggie Gallagher, Debating Same-Sex Marriage,” Philosophy in Review (forthcoming).
"Keeping score: The consequential critique of religion,”
(International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, December 2011).
"Religious Reasons in the Public Square: A Virtue-Ethical
Response to the Exclusivist/Inclusivist Debate,” (Social Theory and Practice,
Politics," The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
- Team teaching
- community-based learning
- having students administer surveys about philosophical questions
Excursions/Trips with Students or for Academic Research
Honors trip to Rome, and planning another one to Ireland