Dr. Craig Hanks
Chair of the Larry Hickman Legacy Project
“Dr. Hanks has been the Chair of Philosophy at Texas State University since 2014. He is known for his expertise on critical theory, philosophy of technology, and applied philosophy.”
Dr. Eric Thomas Weber
Co-chair of the Larry Hickman Legacy Project
“Dr. Weber has his Ph.D. in philosophy with a focus on John Dewey’s work, applied to democracy, education, and justice. He is currently an associate professor in the Department of Educational Policy Studies & Evaluation at the University of Kentucky.”
View his works below and read more about his accomplishments!
Ambassador-at-Large for the Larry Hickman Legacy Project
“Dr. Pappas is the Associate Professor of Latino/a and Mexican American Studies and he specializes on the Latin American philosophy and Pragmatist traditions in ethics and social political philosophy, especially philosophers in the Americas that centered their thought on lived experience (“la vida”) and radical democracy.”
Dr. Greg Moses
Corresponding Secretary for the Larry Hickman Legacy Project
“Greg Moses teaches philosophy at Texas State University. He is editor of The Acorn: Philosophical Studies in Pacifism and Nonviolence. And he is author of Revolution of Conscience: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Philosophy of Nonviolence.”
Andrew works as the Systems Support Specialist II in the Philosophy Department at Texas State University. He will be working behind the scenes with the technology that makes our event possible.
Webmaster for the Larry Hickman Legacy Project
Mia Villasana works as a student worker for the Philosophy Department at Texas State University. She also is the Editorial Assistant for The Acorn Journal, one of Dr. Moses’ ongoing works, and the web assistant for the Multicultural Calendar weekly newsletters that include inclusive community events happening in the Philosophy Department, Texas State University, and San Marcos.