Asst. Professor (Harris-Stowe State University)
Dr. Kenneth Noe is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Harris-Stowe State University in St. Louis. He attended Georgia Southern University, where he majored in Philosophy and cultivated interests in literature, religion, the arts, and history. He completed a Master's Degree in Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles in 2008 and a PhD in Philosophy at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale IL in 2015.
He specializes in Social and Political Philosophy, Continental Philosophy, and Aesthetics. His research focuses on the phenomenology of habit and the role of habit in the formation of social and political life, specifically with regard to anti-racism as a philosophical way of life. He is currently working on a book manuscript on anti-racism as a way of life, which draws on a wide variety of traditions, including Phenomenology, Pragmatism, and Africana Philosophy. He joined the Harris-Stowe Department of Humanities in Fall 2015.