Murray Skees, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Philosophy
Department of Humanities
Murray Skees teaches philosophy at USCB, including interdisciplinary courses such as the Philosophy of Art and Bioethics. His teaching and scholarship interests explore intersections in the philosophy of art, social philosophy, philosophy of technology, and the social sciences. His articles have appeared in the International Philosophical Quarterly, Film and Philosophy, Critical Horizons, and Philosophy and Social Criticism, as well as forthcoming work in Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology. He has also contributed articles to Routledge’s “Philosophers on Film” series and Emerald Publishing’s “Research in Consumer Behavior” series. His current research investigates the rise of “Big Data” science and predictive analytics through the lens of critical social theory and the work of the Frankfurt School.
Ph.D., University of Kentucky