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Steve Wagner came to UCO in fall 2014 and currently teaches on both sides of the department. Now, he is regularly teaching:
HUM 2113: Humanities Survey – Ancient to Medieval
HUM 2223: Humanities Survey – Renaissance to Modern
PHIL 1113: Introduction to Philosophy
No office hours until Fall 2020.
Education and Certifications
B.S., Physics, University of Maryland, College Park, with substantial additional study in mathematics.
B.A., Philosophy, University of Maryland, College Park, with substantial additional study in history and art history.
B.A., Classics, University of Oklahoma, with a focus on Latin and ancient Greek languages.
M.A., History & Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh, with substantial additional graduate study in history, philosophy, and astronomy.
M.L.S., Library Science, University of Pittsburgh, with a focus on history of books and printing, descriptive bibliography, preservation, and rare book librarianship.
While in Pittsburgh, Steve Wagner worked daytime in the Archives of Scientific Philosophy and nighttime at Allegheny Observatory running the Thaw telescope, then the largest active refracting telescope. He moved to Oklahoma as the Librarian in the History of Science Collections at the University of Oklahoma and gradually shifted to teaching full-time, initially in the Philosophy Department (where he taught Introduction to Philosophy, Introduction to Ethics, Logic & Critical Reasoning, Philosophy East & West, and Philosophy of Religion) and then later in the Classics Department (where he taught Latin and a wide range of courses on Greco-Roman myth, culture, literature, philosophy, and history).
Steve Wagner gets very excited when talking about dogs, cats, theatre, dance, improv, cooking, grammar, science, and ancient Greece & Rome.
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