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Dr. Ric Caric, Professor, Department of International and Interdisciplinary Studies
Program/Dept: International and Interdisciplinary Studies
Degrees, Licensures and Certifications: Ph.D
Research Interests: Caric is  working on a long-term project on the transformation of popular culture in Philadelphia between 1785 and 1850 and has been doing research with several students on African-American political thought.
Contact Info:

150 University Blvd.
Brumagen House, MSU
Morehead, KY 40351

 


r.caric@moreheadstate.edu
Phone: 606-783-2144
Office Hours:

11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday

 

Bio

Originally from upstate New York, Ric Caric attended college at St. Lawrence University and received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Caric teaches in the Honors, Women’s Studies, and First Year Seminar Programs and is currently coordinating the Forum on Culture, Politics, and Society, a weekly current events forum on the Morehead State University campus. Caric is an interdisciplinary scholar whose articles have been published in philosophy, history, and semiotics journals. His most recent article is a local history of delirium tremens in Philadelphia and will be published this year by Wilfred Laurier University Press in Cheryl Warsh, ed., Gender, Health, and Popular Culture: Historical Perspectives. Caric is also working on a long-term project on the transformation of popular culture in Philadelphia between 1785 and 1850 and has been doing research with several students on African-American political thought.
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“Professors in the philosophy program at MSU have always taken a personal interest in me and I have found them to be approachable and knowledgeable about a wide range of topics from ancient to contemporary philosophical scholars and their research. The philosophy program has equipped me with critical thinking and analytical skills I know will serve me well as I prepare to take exams for entrance into graduate programs”.

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