About me

Welcome! My name is Joseph Stenberg. I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Colgate University.

My research focuses primarily on medieval ethics and late medieval ethical Aristotelianism, in particular. The first of my two central projects is a monograph, Aquinas and the Ethics of Happiness, which examines Aquinas's theory of happiness and that theory's connections to his ethics more broadly. My other major project is a translation of the first three books of John Buridan's Questions on the Ten Books of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics. Both projects are under contract at Cambridge University Press.

However, my research interests extend beyond medieval philosophy into other areas, such as contemporary philosophy of religion, modern philosophy, and ethics.

If you'd like more information about my research, teaching, and service, please check out the other tabs or see my CV. You can also check out this interview I did for the Blog of the APA in 2017.