Kriszta Sajber, Ph.D.

Lecturer of Philosophy

Professor Sajber specializes in 20th century German and French philosophy. Her research focuses on the philosophy of mental illness and on philosophical approaches to embodiment. As part of the former, she is interested in how self-consciousness becomes...

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Education & Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D., Philosophy, Stony Brook University

M.A., Philosophy, Stony Brook University

B.A., Philosophy/Political Science, Reed College

Courses Taught

PHIL 101: Reasoning

PHIL 301: Ethics


Professor Sajber specializes in 20th century German and French philosophy. Her research focuses on the philosophy of mental illness and on philosophical approaches to embodiment. As part of the former, she is interested in how self-consciousness becomes disordered under hallucinatory stages; as part of the latter, she studies the contribution of habituated bodily practices and implicit body schema processes to how we experience the world. Dr. Sajber is involved in interdisciplinary research in the medical humanities and draws for her work on psychiatry, psychology, neurology and, most recently; speech therapy.